1. Jacey came through her biopsy okay and is only in minor pain. 2. My new oncologist is knowledgeable, personable and doesn’t think the mass is anything to worry about at this point. Pelvic u/s, just to make sure though.
Last Wednesday was my umpteenth-millionth ct scan. Throughout this five and a half year long journey (so far), I think the only thing left to scan is my toes. And by the looks of those, they probably should. ;) If
You are CONSTANTLY under a microscope. ESPECIALLY when seeing new doctors. Last month I fired my oncologist and moved to a new one. Of course, that means all new blood work and millions of forms to be filled out. And
So, my bone marrow biopsy and aspiration was today and let’s just say that my anxiety over the procedure was 10X worse than the actual biopsy! I also now understand why I have never really *broken* anything :-). I had
So, I went in today for the results of my recent flow cytometry test. At 28 years old, I have cancer. I have a form of cancer that that normally only affects people 70+ years old. One chart I looked