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Update on my cancer journey
Update on my cancer journey. Diagnosed August 2022 with stage 2 liver cancer. 3 weeks of the most intense radiation they can give in Oct./Nov. 2022 at MD Anderson in Houston. January 2023 was side effects - fatigue, digestive issues, etc. A few good days but a lot of days I didn’t feel like getting out of bed. Doctors told me these symptoms may last another 3-6 months. A minuscule price to pay.
Went for 3 month follow up scans and blood work in Houston yesterday. The 7cm tumor is gone! No other signs of cancer elsewhere.
Radiation oncologist said I responded very well to treatment and the tumor is gone, just a “crater” (his term) remains that will fill with scar tissue over the next 3-6 months. Medical oncologist was giddy - such a successful treatment.
Quarterly scans for the next 2 years and, if all clear after that, then yearly scans the rest of my life.
My life. God has blessed me with more time. I am so humbled by His grace.