Thanking God for my first follow-up PET results and also thanking everyone here for the encouragement and knowledge you've shared. I just started Cycle 10 of Ibrance/Letrozole and PET results show "No evidence for hypermetabolic lymphadenopathy above or below the diaphragm. The osseous lesions are no longer FDG avid." In other words, all of the many "hot spots" that showed up on my October PET are GONE! I asked my doctor if that meant I was NED (No Evidence of Disease) as I had read that here and after cautioning me about researching online, she said "yes" that's what it meant. I previously had spots on my spine, back, tailbone, hips/femur, chest, hilar nodes in lungs, shoulder blade, and a marble sized tumor in my neck/shoulder area that began shrinking around 3 months on meds and has been gone for months. I got these results on Tuesday, and it took me a while to process because I had a Zometa treatment that knocked me out for a day and also because my back "went out" about a week ago--haven't had back issues for over 30 years and now it's something else to deal with. Will be praying that others can achieve similar results. Guess I should add that one new spot surfaced that doctor found confusing--it was at the way-back base of my tongue. She checked it, saw nothing, and referred me to an ENT for follow up, but said it could be that I moved or something during the scan. Scan report also said that it was "probably physiologic" (which I looked up and means "normal"). Has anyone had something like that?