Scan update


My CT scan after radiation looked good! The spots on my liver shrunk down to what they think is just scar tissue. Most importantly, there is no new disease. So while I can't quite say "NED", I've gone over a year without new disease and that's a big accomplishment. 

I'll spend the next two months recovering and enjoying a long awaited break, and in December I'll have a pet scan. For now I am just going to be watched closely and be thankful for the health I have right now. My doctor says I am "lightyears ahead" of his other patients with pancreatic cancer and for that I feel very fortunate! 

Susan J threw a punch at your cancer.
Maida, Sandy sent you a hug.
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I am so happy for you,! You have already beat many statistics. You may be one of those people that it never recurs!, Enjoy your next few months and try not to dwell on the “what if’s”...
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That's wonderful! Good for you! Stay well.
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Fantastic news Catherine! I'm I smiling and happy for you. May you have continued success!
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Certainly great news Catherine. I'm rooting for you, I'm sure everyone here ids. Keep up the good work.
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That's amazing and wonderful. Your young age is on your side also. So good to read this🤗
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Awesome! Fantastic!
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Hi Catherine, I just read your story on the American Cancer society's page. What a journey you've been on for one so young. You are brave and an inspiration to all. I pray for a complete recovery and a NED diagnosis for you.
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Vital Info

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September 14, 2017

Boston , Massachusetts

September 9, 1987

Cancer Info

Pancreatic Cancer

Stage 2b pancreatic adenocarcinoma

July 26, 2017

Stage 4

Yes

Marijuana

Yes, in 9/2017 to liver

MGH Boston

September 25

Jaundice, chronic pancreatitis

7/26/2017

Folfirinox 10/17-3/2018; Gemzar 4/18-7/2018; Xeloda 8/18-9/2018

Radiation to liver and pancreas area 8/13/18-9/25/18

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