When you are fighting CANCER, results from tests can mean life or death. Recently I was lucky enough to qualify for a PET scan, and the results showed that I had hot spots, active cancer cells sprinkled all over my vertebraes. Active cancer cells are not good. So, my Oncologist ordered a Spinal Biopsy, STAT. […]
I have 12 day’s to get ready for my procedure. As I stated in yesterdays post, the last biopsey I had, my blood pressure dropped which made it neccissary to turn off the anestisia. I have been trying to figure out what I did wrong to make my bloopressure drop during the biopsy? In my […]
Sometimes waiting for a test result requires a new test, and a new test result. Fighting cancer can be a full-time job. My PET scan showed the cancer had not moved to any large organs, but it did show the disease was causing havoc with my spine a reflection my daily Chemotherapy drug was losing […]
Today I was luckey enough to have a PET SCAN. A positron emmission tomogrophy, PET, uses radiation to show activity within the body on a cellular level. A nucular tracer is put into the body to reveal how tissues and organs are functioning. Combine the PET SCAN with an MRI and CT scan […]
I needed a person of the cloth help me rise above the vampires and zombies that were eating my brains.
The New Year brings snow to Virginia Beach. I received an email from my Oncologist office. Enlightening me with their appointment snow policy. Did not expect that? What! Mother Nature a force to be reckoned with. Wishing everyone a Happy New Year. Peace