I have fought extremely hard since 2004. Finally I found out results of ct scan of lungs 3 weeks ago. In two weeks from the first ct scan of lungs to the second of lungs the nodules went from 2 to now filling up my lungs. I figured that was why I was so suddenly exhausted in a way I never have been before. So everything is called off. I see Oncologist next week and the transplant doc told me there may be a chance of using chemo. As I thought, it's liver cancer now in my lungs. It's not lung cancer. The Oncologist will tell me how long I have to live with or without chemo. I will not be using chemo. I prefer to leave it all alone now and see if I might somehow live another year. I at least hope to cycle and swim again. My driver is taking me out for a ride in the sunshine and to look upon my beautiful island and the mighty pacific Did you know Hawaii has more water around it than any other landmass on the planet. So that's the news folks. I knew every word they would say as I knew when they stopped the mapping for y 90 for my one liver tumor they were so sure was encapsulated. So I can say none of it is a surprise but instead a relief to finally know for sure. It's a real plus I understand my body and believe what it is telling me. Aloha
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