So despite my fears it looks like there is no evidence of disease left!! Mdt have looked at the scan of the lump that we originally thought was an abscess and all agree that it is most likely a granulated seroma - may have to have surgery to remove it if it doesn't resolve itself in the next few weeks. Am cautiously over the moon!!!!

Thank you everyone for your support and kind words.

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  • That's great, its always good to hear this sort of news. I think I'd be over the moon too, so just enjoy.

    Take care.

    Ali x

  • Great news so pleased for you, you should sleep tonight!

  • GREAT news, hope you have celebrated in style, always good to hear good stories and outcomes

  • Yay good news, be more than overly cautious going over that moon!


  • Great news. Good luck with remainder of your treatment. Ann x

  • That is fantastic news, champagne time!

    Did you have an elevated CA125?

    Best wishes

    LA xx

  • CA125 is down to 13. It was 4000 before my surgery then 275 when I started chemo so seems to be quite a good marker for me. Hope you are doing well. It's a strange day - this is going to take a lot of getting used to!!

  • Super news, Becky. So pleased for you.

    Love Solange. :-)

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