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after being in remission for two years my husband is now being fast tracked for a scan as he has a lump theyre not happy about. so much else going on in our life at the moment and then this , how am i meant to deal with it???? i have no clue xxx hugs to everyone xxx
Hello Briron. I am sorry that this lump is causing concern, especially after your husband has been in remission for two years ...... it's a worry that we all live with post-treatment. But being fast tracked for a scan isn't a bad thing as the sooner it's done the better because if anything further needs to be done then thay can be on it straight away ...... or it will bring peace of mind if not.
All I can advise is don't go into panic mode until the scan is done and the results are known, I wish you both all the best and hope all goes well.
thankyou joycee xxx hugs to you sharon xxx
thanks dave xx hope your life sorts itself out and that you stay well xx
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