Well. My September 11 chest CT scan showed “multiple” very small nodules in both lungs. Some looked like they could be due to inflammation/infection, and the radiologist noted that the largest one–only 4 millimeters–was most suspicious for metastasis. So this is a new chapter, I guess. Not one I am eager to read. I am at […]
Month: September 2015
Cancer scan interv-hell!
I had m periodic CT scans last Friday and a bone scan too, warranted by my back muscle spasms I guess, and we meet with my oncologist tomorrow afternoon to find out the results. The Sunday after that I go to England for 8 days. That’s not very long to make a new plan if the chemo […]
Cancer-Lifestyle Barbie: Who knew this would involve so many accessories?
Trying to deal with various pains and aches these last few months, I have accumulated a wide variety of what I think of, in more humorous moments, as “cancer-lifestyle accessories”–all kinds of things people give you or you acquire because maybe they will soothe an ache or prevent a pain or cushion your knee or keep […]