Friday, 4 January 2008

Still shaking the sand from my shoes....

Cat and Ed enjoying the surf

 

......and Ive just heard from Christies.

My CT scan is booked for 11th Janurary - thats next Friday.

And if the result is favourable, ie there is shrinkage of the tumours or no progression in their growth, then Im scheduled for my next course of IL2 on 21st Janurary.

Just over 2 weeks away.

Just the thought of it fills me with dread......

I shall need another holiday !.....haha

 

 

10 comments:

pharmolo said...

I'll be quietly insensitive and say that it's a horrible balancing act. Tumours that have grown presage even worse news than another course of IL2, I'm bound to say. Wishing you strength for the 11th, and hope you get the lesser of two evils.

Guido
http://journals.aol.co.uk/pharmolo/NorthernTrip/

jeadie05 said...

Oh that has soon come round ,I wish you all the luck in the world ,hoping its the best results ..love Jan xx

tellsg said...

So pleased to hear that you had such a lovely time and the photos are great.  Keeping everything crossed that there is good news on your scan next week.  Hugs, Tells x

funnyface0s0 said...

That surf looks fab - all the best for the 11th and the 21st - chin up, your a fighter.
Luv Jaynee x

mentor4wealth65 said...

Welcome back - I was getting worried by the silence!!!

David

mentor4wealth65 said...

Welcome back - I was getting worried by the silence!!!

David

max1mum06 said...

A fantastic journal written by a seemingly fantastic lady. Good luck to you and God Bless. (Arriva, it's the name I'm known by)

faircolleen said...

Im praying for good results for you on the 11th.

ally123130585918 said...

All the best for today and the 21st ~
the sea and surf looks wonderful ~ Ally x

xxmidnightangelx said...

i was crying.. i fell over you blog by accident.  Wow your so brave, but like you say youve got to keep fighting.
Your spirit is an inspiration to others and you go girl go..
I am in good health so its not as if i can realate to your battle other then loosing my mum and dad 13 years ago and inbetween time my little neice Laura got lukemia..she was only the second little girl in the uk ever diagnoised with a genetic disorder where her good blood cells could not recreate, there was only one other case which was in scotland and we never knew the outcome of that.  Laura had a bone marrow transplant at the age of 4 and is now 17 and has a heart of gold.  Her battle was never advertised nationally and nor is your fight so i just thought i should tell you that my heart goes out to you for your bravery... (people chooe to join the army and are awarded a medal).  Im wishing you more strengh and encouragement and letting you know that people like you inspire my being.. (big hugs stranger)xx