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Hi Im sorry to hear about the scan results but at least they are still doing something for your husband, I dont know if you noticed my post yesterday? they cannot do anything else for my husband, not sure why as he has similar. How is your husbands weight? what hospital do you go to?I do hope you both can enjoy his birthday best you can. It is so hard isnt it?But keep positive, we are still going to fight.Thinking of you all, and we are here if you need to talk. x
Hi Dawn, sorry to hear that the news wasn't better, but good that there is a treatment plan ongoing. I'm sure that it is so difficult for him (and you) to reconcile the fact that he is feeling quite well, but gets this news of progression. But feeling well is a positive to take from this situation, and will give him strength to continue with the chemo. Not much of a birthday present for him, but hopefully you'll settle on something that he feels he would like to do just to mark the occasion. It is so hard, but I feel that your fighting spirit has kicked in already, so give it socks! Thinking of you both xx
I am sorry to read your latest news, it is so hard to keep taking the knock backs, thank goodness you have confidence in his onc team and treatment plan.which I hope will hold the beast at bay.
Its really tough being back on chemo, but somewhat reassuring there is a plan for maintenance beyond the 18 weeks chemo.
Sending warm hugs to you both.hang on in there x Mushty
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