Nothing new or ominous LB.
Not to worry, mate!
I wish I were still able to be a high capper, but that rebound will have to be wait until we put the chemo behind us. Standing & walking now present a challenge; I am very thankful to have been able to avoid loss of that and trying my best against it. One of my chemo drugs Abroxane , side effect is neuropathy -nerve damage-which not only causes loss of feeling in my feet, hands & somewhat face, but the burning- needle like sensation from walking keeps me off my feet mostly. They did lower the Abroxane dose 20% trying to help, but I see no change and don’t want to rock the boat with further reductions as we must stay in guidelines of the research clinical trial we’re in. I’ll ommit the other nasty “benefits “ of disease and the chemo.
Here’s the best thing, all my tests indicate good, no, astounding progress against the cancer!
My pancreas tumor is 1/3 its original size and the liver tumors less than half. The blood test shows 99.6% drop in cancer activity, all in six months. We hope to beat this monster by July!
New test next Thursday, so please pray for us.
WE ARE Winning!