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My Consultant rang me this morning to say that she had good news for me. I had a scan last week and was anxiously awaiting the results. Apparently I am responding well to the treatment and some of my lesions are barely noticeable and the larger one on my liver has shrunk. Apparentlybitsmworkimg well on my bone cancer. All my bloods are very good. So happy with this news as it seems over the last six months I have had nothing but bad news regarding my cancers. She rang when I was parking my car and after the conversation ended I burst into tears and punched the air. Goodness knows what anyone thought but I couldn't care less. I managed to get hold of my husband before he flew out of the country for a few days. He said he can go now with an untroubled mind. Hope you are all as well as can be.
What lovely news, long may it continue x
It's amazing to hear such a good news (it actually made my day even though I don't know you)!! I am happy for you and wish it is going on the same way.
Well isn’t that just fantastic news!!!!!!! You must be so so pleased, relieved etc....maybe that bell ringing was a good omen after all lol
get yourself home and do something lovely to celebrate
love heather xxx
Aw thats great news, long may the upturn continue Lynn2 xx
Lynn 2. xx
Absolutely smashing news Ellie, I want to punch the air too!
Well isn’t that just the best news. It’s been a long haul for you but now to hear cancer has retreated is just the best.
Long may it last!
Lots of love
What is a community champ?
Best. News. Ever. It's an amazing feeling to get some good news after so much bad news and worry. I hope you can relax now and stay as well as possible for a long time to come. xx
Thank you, was on quite a high for a while, which I haven't experienced in a long time. I can breath for a while now .
Hope you are keeping well.
Great news - we all like that as it gives us all a boost. Have been feeling very nervous about what the results of my 3 monthly scan will show (get them tomorrow) but I will take heart from your good news
Hello John Boy 2
I really hope that you get positive news. Please let us know.
Hi John Boy2
I will be joining the gang thinking of you and sending you positive vibes tomorrow. When I have one of these meetings, I try to set myself a best and worst case scenario. I find it helps limit my expectations and stops me heading down a rabbit hole. Usually the doctors come up with something I haven’t thought of
Mega whoops and cheers! Go you!
Keeping it all crossed that this continues
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