Another good scan.
After almost six months of chemotherapy, we end the summer, as always, with a scan. Tumors greatly reduced or stable, no new spots… basically much less “cancery” than when we started. So, good news. Happy day.
Next is surgery, basically to clean up the effects of four previous surgeries and three courses of radiation that have left me with a lot of pain and only fourteen degrees of movement in my neck, which as you can imagine, has been making life increasingly interesting to say the least. Then I will stay on a weekly “maintenance” regimen of Erbitux that basically amounts to one uncomfortable afternoon a week that leaves me with the ruddy complexion of a greasy fourteen-year-old boy.
In three months we will scan again and see where we are, but for now… we will rejoice in our scan and go about the business of getting better.
Thanks to all for the visits, dinners, books, cards, pudding, text messages, e-mails, DVD’s and gluten-free Harbolt cupcakes.