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hi just a quick update on my son, we saw the consultant on Tues and had previously been told that the tc may have spread due to the notes from our local hospital, so the new consultant requested a new ct scan and bloods, so when we went on Tues she has told us that there is no sign of spread , so no chemo ,just surveillance, ct and bloods again in 4mths, I feel like I've won the lottery and more ,feels like a miracle as he was staged with 2a TC, so there is light at the end of the tunnel, and I really hope that our experience can help others to know that it's not always bad news, I pray for all you guys out there that are going through this nightmare that a miracle will happen for you to.
The best news, the greatest news!
Your son is well on his way to the 95%, congratulations.
Aw Shell! This is indeed miraculous news! Absolutely delighted for you and your son. Make sure you celebrate!
Ps My husband also had good news this week that the tiny nodule that had shrunk in June is now gone completely. We are off to celebrate tomorrow while the kids in school!
hi thank you and I am so pleased that you also have had some great news
thank you dan
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