Jul 25, 2011 - 3:12 pm
Hi all: Got the results of my MRI today from the oncologist. The MRI was done after 4 treatments of oxaliplatin/irenotecan/leucovin/5FU pump for cancerous seeding from a surgically removed gallbladder and its tumour. The good news is that the number and size of the nodules have not increased since an MRI done in April 2011 (and at that time they were about the same as they were in April 2010). The other good news is that the cancer has not spread anywhere else. The bad news is that there has been no shrinkage of the peritoneum/omentum nodules. They are all pretty small, <1cm. Anyone else have this experience? We have decided to do more treatments, at least another 3, with another MRI in late August.