[NetBehaviour] Great news regarding my cancer.
edward at edwardpicot.com
Sun Aug 14 15:20:45 CEST 2022
Phew! What a relief!
I'm genuinely curious to know - do you feel as if everything else has
been put into perspective, the slate has been wiped clean, and you've
been given an opportunity to start all over again?
Anyway, I'd definitely celebrate with an ice-cold Guinness if I was you.
On 8/12/22 10:29 AM, marc.garrett via NetBehaviour wrote:
> Hi all,
> OK - Great news! Last week I was told after a PET scan, a type of test
> that creates 3 dimensional (3D) pictures of the inside of your body,
> that there is no longer evidence of cancer in my bones or the nodes in
> the body. This means the cancer treatment worked, and I am now
> beginning the remission phase. I am currently dealing with Lymphedema,
> which is slowly going. I'll be regularly visiting the Hospital for
> checkups every 2-3 months for two years, then 6 months three years
> after that. The thing is, I do not have cancer now, and I'm getting
> over the treatment, which was hardcore 🙂
> Wishing you well
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