All rightie...it's been ages. I saw my Rainman like surgeon on Monday. He gave me the prescription for the left breast digital pictures and added an ultrasound just because I haven't had sticking goop smothered on me in awhile. I had already scheduled the mammogram and the ladies were able to kindly squeeze me in (all puns intended). Today my cell and landline were ringing off the hook. He called my cell and left a message that he's ordered a needle biopsy for Thursday and I need to call them and take care of the paperwork.
Hello, my name is Lynette Ashes, I am a mother of 4 children and grandmother of 7. I am 57 years young and was diagnosed with right kidney cancer over a year ago. I had a cyroablation and biopsy done in April 2014. Today I had my Ct and labs done to take to my follow up appointment Aug.
I just came upon this web site, and I think it's a wonderful opportunity to share one's experience, strength and hope with others. This site can be a very important factor to any one, at any stage of this life changing disease. Life is really nothing more than a school.
I PLANNED ON THE GYPSY LIFE At least for this journey of my life
i have a grandson, brayden, who just turned 2 on july 7th of this year. he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, stage 3, 2 months before he turned one. he has been through hell but has responded to all his treatments very, very well EXCEPT this final phase, antibody therapy. brayden is always smiling, happy and bubbly! this final phase is kicking his butt though. he cannot stop vomiting. brayden is one of three people in the world who is currently receiving this specific treatment. as his 'nonna' i am so very very worried he will not ever be cancer-free and will, one day, pass away from this.