It would be nice to get some good news It would be nice to get some good news I find myself in an odd position, facing something i didn't expect to confront:Wish.When i was clinically determined to have the brain tumor, lung cancers and later, a cancer on my spine, the experts were pretty clear. "Get rid of"Was not in my vocab.Corresponding for"Remission"Nicely"Problem free, we were combating for time, and anything. And they likely put me on a new drug, avastin.It has shown some success in actually getting smaller the tumors.A number of you showed in to say that it worked for you.I've been taking it along with my regular chemo the past nine weeks.And thursday we'll find out what's happening inside me. As i visualize those scans next week, i am trying quite difficult not to get my hopes up.I tell myself that if it's no longer working, i quickly am no worse off than i was before.And that is exactly basically true.If it is doing something helpful, then i'll deal start when i know. I had come to grips with the reality that my case was terminal.I am not saying that i am eager for death.I am not saying.But i accepted the judgement making of my doctors.I was at peace recover.Now even in the absolute best case, i cannot expect that avastin will cure me, but it would be nice to get what's promising for a change.I guess i'm trouble getting my head around the idea that we might make some progress.I am not sure why, but i'm just having trouble believing that instantly some good news.Anyway, we'll find out in a few days. The mental gymnastics that we by way of along this road are worthy of cirque de soleil or the ice capades.I was researching my own version of the mental triple lutz two months ago waiting for the results of my latest cat scan after a horrible previous many months of many tests trying to rule out possible bone, lean meats or lymphangetic mets.For that reason.Here' was, seeing my oncologist for my latest telephone my latest set of chest ct scans.Would the two lung nodules be gone?Would most likely i be in remission?I was so sidetracked that i left the films in my car, and had to return out for them, making me not in complete room when my doc was ready for me, pissing him for wear.Such choir.It almost made him credit reporting that i was in remission anticlimactic.I am in remission in fact, and thanks to one of the newer drugs available to cancers of the breast patients, as dying, which is what at least one of my docs expected me to have inked, im for remission, and seeking not to think too often"How far will it last, good luck in a month's time leroy.We've pulling for you. Forwarded by nancy k.Clark 11:11 in low price the morning ET 10 17 2006 For my part, facing ones mortality would not fall into the category of"Fantastic, aside from that, hearing terms and terms and conditions like"Incurable,"No probability of remission, and thus"Finding time"Only add to what has become as my old college buddies would say a buzz kill. Around the other hand, there are a few things that cannot kill a buzz:High hopes!Hoping, is what keeps people around the globe going.If it were unable for hope, and the infinite love of my friends(I was unaware to both hope and love prior to my diagnosis), I don't know if even"Choosing time"Good be worth it. We put ourselves while using torture of cancer treatments because we have hope and love for the people in our lives, and effectively, our own selves. Hope is keeps me and my pandora Bracelets:http://www.1pr.us/ buzz alive, it doesn't matter"Excellent, For the it's worth, i have a good feeling about your reply to avastin.I think good news is finally forthcoming future. I'm sending good vibes your path. Sent by erina everett 11:15 have always been ET 10 17 2006 Good day time I hope you scans next week will have the results that you hope for.I know how quite hard the waiting is.Many people feel, the loitering was the worst part of cancer.I are just reading over your recent blog postings and i would like to reply to your entry on 10/11.That day was my 26th anniversary and i was giving a powerpoint presentation to the nurses here at uab on cancer from a patient's prospective.I closed my display with how i have changed in the past two years.I never put off down the road, what i want to serve today.I have little fortitude for minutiae.I try to waste time each day either outside or watching my birds at the birdfeeder.I never allow people or things to bother me;It isn't really worth the energy.I visit my parent typically. Paid by cathy sewell 12:24 evening ET 10 17 http://www.1pr.us/ 2006 Oh my amazing benefits.Best of luck.You are some of our cancer family.This strange grouping of people who been brought together(Even a little bit)For ability, allow, and just by love of our fellow humans.Avastin is amazing as is the story behind health related conditions(Medical professional.Judah folkman)Who unexpectedly found this possible new way to a cure cancer. Alright i ramble"Chemobrain, you have a my thoughts and prayers and the waiting is so stressful, hang within.We all have been waiting anxiously for your news. Sent by cherie wood 12:25 PM ET 10 17 2006You tell,"I'm not sure why but i'm having trouble believing there will probably be some good news, efficiently, after getting hit often with such terrible news, it's only natural to be self protecting.I haven't heard of you, but i have this irrational thing:If you anticipate the worst, maybe you'll be amazed!But las vegas dui attorney your hopes up too high, any bad news will feel even much more crushing.Really, your venturing to have hope gives me hope, on top of that.I'm going to be"Carrying you in my heart"With fingers crossed as you get success of those tests. Mailed by doris 12:27 pm ET Cheap Pandora 10 17 2006 Leroy i'm identical boat as you.I just timetabled my pet scan for next monday.It will be the first chance to see just how effective the avastin has been.My tumor markers came way down since i started taking it, but we haven't done a pet scan until now to verify what i hope will be an improvement to match the markers.I hope its theme for both of us, although im always aware of that 800 pound gorilla that's always been within the room since i was diagnosed.That gorilla is the one which says you still might die anyway.Related to that some day, i can tell that gorilla that he no longer has a reason to be within the room and go elsewhere. Have fun with your scans. I'm glad it is not just me with"Chemo memory, Shipped by bob 'chemosabe' maimone 10:26 are ET 10 18 2006 I don't mean to be crass when all of those other responders have been comforting, but you have to, wake up and realize that you are actually given good news, by me and by several others who have written to tell you that there are more to fighting cancer than surgery, chemo, and the rays.
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