Hello friends, I went for another scan on my liver and stomach last week.
The findings were that my liver was a normally abnormal!
I was first diagnosed with terminal cancer 20 months ago but I've never heard this phrase before. Can any of you good people help?
I noticed that no one has been able to explain what was meant by your "liver was a normally abnormal" so thought I'd suggest that you post your question in ask a nurse and one of the specialist nurses will respond within 2 working days.
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Thanks, I asked my GP and he told me I had a small amount of liquid retention and that the cancer had grown a bit. Basically it hadn't metastised. It's a bit of a bugger having to have a report translated though. Why couldn't they say that in the first place?
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