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Debra Lagrone
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Hello,   I am new to this group, I have completed 6 rounds of chemo 25 rounds of external radiation and 3 internal radiation As of 4 weeks ago.  I was told by my oncologist, that my cancer is heritatary.  I will have my pet scan in sept.  But currently I am stressing over being approved for disability.  But other than all this I am doing ok. Lol

 

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Sorry you had to join the group but glad you found this group. I am fairly new and I am amazed at the knowledge, love and support that these women provide a person.  I was dx June, 2013 with UPSC IIIA Grade 3   (Uterine Papillary Serous Carcinoma) which is a rare cancer.  Hysterectomy, July, 2013, and 6 rds of Chemo. beginning August, 2013.  I am currently 7 months NED.   I am self-employed and know what it's like to apply for disability.  I love this group and the knowledge and love and encouragement they provide. 

Jeanette

Debra Lagrone
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Thank you so much for the welcome!  Just taking one day at a time for now

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I don't have any experience with the disability process since I was 7 months into retirement when I was diagnosed.  I hope it goes smoothly for you.  You've already had the good luck to find this site.  I can't begin to imagine not having it.  I would feel so isolated.

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Sorry though that you have to join us.    Glad you made it through your chemo and radiation.  It will take time for your body to recover.  I went to a lawyer that specializes in disability.  I was approved right away.  He mentioned  something about " compassionate  Claus".  I hope you get your approval soon.  My approval went from the date of my abnormal PAP which we " highly suggestive of adenocarcinoma" rather than my surgery date which confirmed UPSC stage 3-C.   MAy you continue to do well.  In peace and caring.

Debra Lagrone
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Hello and thank you for the welcome,  uterine cancer is not on the compassionate list but it is on one of their list for disability and after reading the disability blue book I meet the requirements and I have been off work for 13 months now, so not sure if I will be approved or not

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Hello Debra:

So sorry for your diagnosis but glad you found this site.   I was diagnosed with Stage iii grade 2 endometrial adenocarcinoma in September of 2005.   I also did the chemo but only had 3 intrnal brachytherapies.    

Are you saying you are stressed that you were approved for disability or stressing because you are trying to get approved for disability?    

Glad you are doing well otherwise.

My best to you.

 

Kathy

Debra Lagrone
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Hello, and thank you for the welcome,  I am stressed because I am waiting for an answer from disability!

 

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Welcome and i am also glad you have made it through  your treatmemt.  The last thing you need is to be stressed due to is disabilty, so I am hoping they can realize that and follow through soon.  At my company they approved the disablity and wanted me out longer than I felt I needed.  Maybe it is summer and they are low on staff. I am hoping they get through what they need and approve it quickly. 

Debra Lagrone
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I am told it takes a long time for SSD to come to a decision.  I havent worked for 13 months because of my cancer so this is permanent disability I am waiting for, I have exhausted all my state disability (EDD).

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Hi, Debra,

I am glad to hear that you have finished your treatment and are on the road to healing.  Do you know what stage and grade cancer you were diagnosed with?  I am familiar with Social Security Disability Income (SSDI)  and Social Security Income (SSI) as I have worked in the social service profession for nearly 40 years. My current work involves Social Security as my agency provides services to individuals with disabilities. Some of these individuals receive either SSDI or SSI and have a "Ticket to Work" under the Social Security Administration.  I won't go into the Ticket to Work program here  unless there is someone who would like to know more about it.  Under the Americans with Disabilities ACT (ADA), individuals diagnosed with metastatic cancer are considered to be individuals with a disability. So that includes me.  I may qualify for SSDI if I have earned enough work units to have paid into Medicare and if I am A). Not working and am unable to return to my profession for at least 12 months due to a qualifying disability or B.)  I am working part-time and not earning more than approximately $1040.00 per month and I have a qualifying disability. I believe I read that if you are diagnosed with metastatic ovarian cancer with distant metastasis you can qualify for SSDI- assuming you have had a long enough work history - under the "Compassionate Allowances" heading. That means, you can qualify and start receiving benefits very quickly (My friend diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer qualified for SSDI this way).  Not so, I think, with uterine cancer with distant metastasis. I am working full-time and cannot qualify at this time for SSDI. However, knowing what I know, if my cancer spreads to distant areas in my body and I'm not feeling well enough to continue to work, I will quit my job and immediately apply for SSDI. I would also apply for Workman's Comp as I would qualify if I quit my job due to a serious illness. If, for some reason, Social Security denies my claim for benefits, I would hire a lawyer and appeal.  If I then qualify, I would receive- in addition to my monthly SSDI benefit- a lump sum from either the time I applied for SSDI and was subsequently denied or possibly from the time I was first diagnosed with UPSC.  I am not certain which applies. So, for example, let's say I applied for SSDI on January 1,2014 and was denied.  I then appeal the denial, hire a lawyer to represent me, and then I am awarded SSDI on July 1st, 2014.  I would definitely receive a lump sum payment for those 6 months between January 1, 2014 and June 30th, 2014. What I am unsure of is whether or not that lump sum would include the months prior to my initial application date of January 1,2014 , beginning with my initial diagnosis with cancer. Someone here may be able to answer that question.  The nice part about hiring a lawyer, so I've heard, is that the lawyer's fee comes out of that lump sum benefit. As you likely know, once you qualify for SSDI, you will then qualify for Medicare 24 months later. I am 61-years-old and can expect to receive Medicare benefits at age 65 unless I qualify for SSDI sooner and two years have passed by. I would either have to pay for Cobra benefits through my employer or possibly look into health insurance through the Affordable Care Act so that I have health insurance during that two-year waiting period for Medicare. Whatever I decide, I must make certain that my treating oncologist will accept the insurance I select.  SSI applies to individuals with qualifying disabilities who do not have a work history or have not worked long enough to qualify for SSDI. Think of a youngster with an intellectual diability who is 18-years-old and has no work history. That child could qualify for SSI as well as Medicaid. I hope this information is helpful to you.

Best of luck with your situation.

Cathy

Debra Lagrone
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Hi Kathy,  I have stage IIIC2 endometriosis /uterine cancer, I have been out of work for 13 months.  I am 60 years old. I applied 5 months ago and I am in contact with my social security case worker who is currently waiting on the report from the mental health doctor they asked me to see.  She said he has until Sept 5 to provide them with the report and at that time she will forward everything she has received from all 3 doctors that treat me. My cancer spread to all lymenotes (can't spell it lol) and to my spine.

according to the soc sec blue book I seem to qualify for disability!  Who knows please advise and let me know your thoughts on my  qualifications   and thank you so much for your expertise.

One more thing what if I am in remission back have side affect problems would I still qualify ?? 

Deb

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Deb, given the information you just provided here, I am certain that you will qualify for SSDI even if you go into remission (which could very well happen and I'm counting on that!).  The condition with your spine will be included in the SSDI decision making process.  The entire SSDI application and approval process can be nerve-racking and rather slow.  Getting the appropriate medical reports is often the reason why it takes so long to be approved.  I know about that because in my work we also have to obtain documentation of an impediment to employment or disability.  If someone applies for assistance and that person is missing the lower half of his arm, and anyone with vision could recognize that, we still have to get a medical report indicating that the person has a below the elbow amputation! Rediculous, isn't it??  You are about my age and I know for myself affordable insurance coverage figures into my plans for the future. Do you have that covered, especially for that two-year wait period while receiving SSDI for Medicare?  How is your spine at this point? Hopefully, you are receiving treatment for it and are doing better. 

Warm Regards, Cathy      

 

 

 

 

Debra Lagrone
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Hi Cathy,  no on the spine except for tylenol.   However I have just emailed my doctor because the pain  is becoming to much for me, she took me off of motrin because of the stomach problem that just startedi with me a couple of weeks ago so I am really feeling the pain and it is affecting my ability to walk around, sit or stand for any length of time.  I am also starting my app't for behavior health do to my depression on Sept 5.  I just want to thank you so much for your answer's they have calmed me down about this disability experience.  And please stay in touch with me and yes I pray for remission as well, my oncologist has told me that the cancer is heritatary so she said if I go into remission it will come back we just dont know when but I don't think about that because I am so blessed, my surgery had me on my death bed in icu for 3 days all organs shut down and i was on machines all that time as my daughter was being prepared for my passing by the doctors.  But I fooled them, overnight everything kicked in and I was off machines in a matter of hours pretty amazing the power of prayer...  I left the hospital 2 days later and haven't been back. Yeah!!!!!  Except for chemo. Lol

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Hi, Deb,

This cancer thing is such a crap shoot!  My gynecologic oncologist told me that some women with high grade UPSC with a low stage - stage 1 or 2- die very quickly while others with a high stage- stage 3 or 4- can live a very long time and even never have a recurrence! I have discovered as a woman diagnosed with stage 3A UPSC last November, 2013, that no one has a crystal ball about how anyone will respond to cancer treatment or how long a person may live with cancer .  Doctors do not know enough about cancer and how anyone individual will respond to  treatment. We are all a statistic of just one person after all!  So, let's say that 95% of all women diagnosed with your stage and grade of uterine cancer pass away from the disease within 5 years.  You cannot give up hope because you could very well be part of the 5% who do quite well and even beat this terrible disease! Who really knows what will happen in the future to any of us? Look how you pulled through even when the doctors were preparing your daughter for your passing. Ha, fooled them didn't you?!  I am very glad that I have been able to help you with this SSDI concern. I have not posted much about my professional background as I didn't thinK my "expertise" had much to do with what we women here are facing. So to have been a help to you brings me joy.  I worked in the mental health profession for a good part of my career and I am glad to see that you have decided to receive help for your depression. Did you know that depression is the most common ailment to mankind?  And so - so many people suffer from it when treatment is readily available and helpful? Sad-sad-sad: The stigma of "mental illness" is so terribly prevalent in our society and it is so very wrong. For the most part, chronic depression has to do with the biochemistry of the brain- those pesky little neuro-transmitters have a heck of a lot to do with depression. A "reactive depression"due to the loss of health (like what we have faced) or the death of a loved one is considered normal as long as it resolves at some point in the next year or so. If it doesn't or if it has been too difficult to cope with, it is a wise choice to get professional help. I remember years ago when I was a mental health therapist at a local community mental health center asking clients: If you broke your arm would you treat it yourself? Oh, of course not, they would say!! Then I would say, perhaps this is an example of a time when professional help is required to deal with an emotional "broken arm".   Knowing what I know, I wouldn't hesitate to get help from a psychiatrist (for meds) or a psychologist or social worker for counseling. Life is so very short for all of us to spend any of it feeling despair!

Have a comfortable evening,

Cathy

 

Debra Lagrone
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You are so right about this in so many ways,  all we can do is live day by day and do the best for ourselves through this difficult journey.  I have had a good attitude through this even with all the pain and it is what it is but it is much better talking to people who can relate to what we are going through.  Thank you so very much for all your help!  I go to my oncologist 8/28 and I will find out when my pet scan will be. ( scary). But hopeful.  I will keep in touch and post everything from here on out in case it can help another person in our situation.  Have a great!  Talk to you soon!!!

Debra Lagrone
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Hi,  can anyone tell me what stage IIIC2 T1bN2MO means??

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Hi Debra:

With your first set of number (Stage 111C2), I would assume that it is Class 2 or Grade 2 and a Stage 3.   Or it can be a Stage 3c, Grade 2?

Now with the next set of numbers, I have only saw those numbers associated with breast cancer.   With breasst cancer, T1b would be the type of tumor indicating that it was less than 2 cm     N2 would mean that it is possible that 4 to 9 lymph nodes may be effected and      the MO would mean no distant spread.

Therefore,

T = tumor

N = lymph nodes

M = metasis

I am confused because you indicated that you have endometrial cancer, right?    So I am not sure why the other numbers were given unless they also have a grading system.  If that is the case, it would probably be different that it is for breast cancer.

 

Was this information on your report?

I hope I didn't confuse you.

Kathy

Debra Lagrone
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Hi Kathy,  yes I have endometriod adenocarcinoma stage 3 C2 I was told it did spread to lymph nodes which were removed during my radical hysterectomy and spread to  some of my spine lymph nodes.  Your answered makes since now but I don't have breast cancer. I was also told that it is one of the most agressive cancer's.  I go for my pet scan next month to see how well the treatments did.  Thank you so much for your help!

 

Deb

 

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Hi Deb:

With Endometrial Adenocarcinoma, Grade 3 is the most aggressive,  Grade 2 is the intermediate range, and Grade 1 is considered low

Then there is the staging.  

Stage1a  1b

Stage 2

Stage 3a   3b   and 3c

Stage 4a  and 4b

Because you indicated that it spread to the lymph nodes in your pelvis and around your spine, your stage is a 3C., but your grade is intermediate

I was diagnosed with Grade 2, Stage 3a at the time.  I had a recurrence in a lymph node in 2009.  So now I don't know if that would change. But to let you know, it will be 9 years from my first diagnosis in September. (Diagnosed in 2005).

I hope all goes well with your PET scan next month.   I am getting a PET/MRI on September 3rd.   

My best to you!

Kathy

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Hi Debra, Seems you and I have some things in common.  I also have Endometroioid Adenocaarcinoma Stage 3C grade 2.  I have had the hysterectomy, 6 rounds of chemo and 22 of the planned 28 rounds of radiation.  Drs are also thinking mine may be hereditary - my tumor has been tested and I am missing some protiens, will have DNA tests next month.  I am on state disability but haven't applied for anything else.  Praying for a cure and to not be disabled.  Best wishes to you, Barb

Debra Lagrone
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Hi Barb,  yes we do, I had a complete radical hysterctomy nov 2013.  Mine is also hereditary, my cancer  spread up to my spine and several lymph nodes were removed etc..  I have applied for social security disability still waiting to here,  i also have sever back pain which goes down to my knees.  I see my oncologist this Thursday.   i had 6 rounds of chemo 25 exterior radiation and 3 of internal radiation hoping to get my date for the pet scan to see have my treatments went.  Wishing you well!!  Deb

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Good Morning, Deb,

 

I found information regarding your specific diagnosis. I tried to cut and paste it, but it didn't work. So this is what I learned:

Endometrial cancer is classified according to the tumor, node, metastasis (TNM) system developed by the American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC). The tumor is categorized according to its size and location (T), whether cancer cells are found in nearby lymph nodes (N), and whether cancer has metastasized or spread to other parts of the body (M).

Stage IIIC2 refers to the TNM classification system of T1 to T3, N2, MO with T=Tumor; N=Nodes and M=Metastasis.

T1b definition: Tumor has spread more than halfway through the myometrium; tumor has not spread beyond the body of the uterus.

N2 definition: Cancer has spread to the lymph nodes along the aorta (para-aortic lymph nodes), which are located in the middle and upper portions of the abdomen; there may or may not be cancer in the nearby lymph nodes (those closest to the uterus).

MO definition: No distant metastasis.  If it was M1 that means distant metastasis. 

I hope this helps!

Have a great day,

Cathy

Debra Lagrone
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Hi Cathy,  thank you so much, that does help me to understand, I do know my radiation oncologist did say it spread to my spine, is that still correct?  And with this explanation do you still think I will qualify for disability?  Please advise..  Thank you again

 Note:  my doctor did say it spread to lymph nodes and they we're remove however, she only went so far to remove the lymph nodes by my spine because it would affect my legs

Deb

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Hi, Debra,

I've been reading about SSDI and cancer on the internet and there are so many variables that the Social Security Administration looks at when deciding whether an individual receives SSDI or not.   Not to frighten you, but I was shocked to learn that SSA denies 70% of all first time applications, forcing many people to either hire a lawyer to represent them or to reapply later.  Some of the information that SSA will gather includes:  Can you work or is your condition and/or treatment so severe that you are unable to maintain employment?  We all know how awful it is to be treated for this type of cancer, what with the nausea, fatigue, weakness and neuropathy just to name a few side effects. Many women here did not work during their chemo and radiation treatment.  What your doctor tells SSA is very important and I suggest that you talk to him about your efforts to receive SSDI benefits. You want to have him advocate on your behalf.  SSA also looks at whether or not the cancer has spread further away from the original site of the cancer.  I am not certain, but I think that the para-aorta lymph nodes would be considered more distant rather than regional.  Perhaps someone here knows the answer to that?   Then, SSA also looks at the cancer treatment that you are receiving and how you are responding to it.  

I am hoping that you receive SSDI as soon as possible, Deb.  Please keep us informed.

Take Care,

Cathy

     

Debra Lagrone
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Hi Cathy,  I saw my oncologist today and told her all my problems and pain I am experiencing and she said it is no wonder because I was given the most aggressive treatment because of my Condition but she said it would be at least 6 mos before I start feeling normal again.  She does not support disability so I will probably have to get a lawyer if they turn me down.  My ssdi case worker told me yesterday that she has submittied my health records for review and it can take another 30 to 60 days before a decision is made.  It has already been 5 months so we will see.  Waiting on my pet scan approval and then i will get a date for it and find out if the treatment worked..

I will keep you posted!!!  Thank you for all your research

 

Deb

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Hi Cathy,   I wanted to let you know that I got a copy of my records from my radiation oncologist and I am a stage III grade 3..

i have requested all of my records from my oncologist as we'll to include hospital, surgery, pathology along with all doctors notes. I am 

gathering everything just in case.  I have also requested a letter supporting my disability from my radiation oncologist! Hope she agree's.  I will be calling my primary next week to request a letter from her as  well!  

Thanks again for all your help

 

Deb

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We'll today I see my oncologist, this will be the first time I have seen her since chemo.  I hope to get a date for my pet scan!

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Hi Debra:

How did your appointment go?   I have you had a good appointment and was able to get a date for your PET scan.   

Thinking of you.

 

Kathay

Debra Lagrone
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Hi Kathy,  my appointment went good, waiting on insurance to approve my pet scan and then I will receive my date.  I will keep you posted.   Thank you!!!

Debra Lagrone
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Hi,  I have a question.  Can anyone tell me if my cancer has spread to my lymph nodes on my aorta, is that considered spreading to other organs??

 

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Debra:

I believe that is just considered lymph node involvement, but I am not certain.

Kathy

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Thank you!

Deb

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Hi, Deb,

I am glad to hear that your appt went well with the radiologist and I hope that you get approved for the PET Scan. When cancer spreads from the uterus to the lymph nodes it is considered to be metastatic . I had metastatic disease as my cancer spread to my ovary and I had cancer in my pelvic wash in the peritoneal cavity. Like you , I have a stage 3 cancer that is a grade 3. I look forward to hearing that your PET Scan has been approved.

Warm Wishes,

Cathy

Debra Lagrone
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Hi Cathy,  thank you for the info, I have been researching my cancer and now I realize it did spread to other areas and organs .  Being that the aorta is considered another organ which it had spread to the lymph nodes.  I was reading some notes in my case and several lymph nodes had been removed during surgery and I believe my oncologist stated she removed some of my cervix, vagina and pelvis  during the radiical hyst.  I requested a copy of my pathology and records from the hospital to review everything.  Thank you again I will keep in touch.

 

Deb

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Hi, Deb,

I studied both my opertive report from my hysterectomy and the subsequent pathology report.  Both were very informative.  My cancer had spread outside the uterus to my fallopian tube and ovary.  I had positive pelvic washes.  Were your pelvic washes negative (I hope)?  Have you heard when you will have the PET Scan?

Please keep in touch!

Cathy 

 

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Hi Cathy,  I will write a few lines from my report.  It says " High grade adenocarcinoma of endometrium ( figo grade 3), sharing features of both endometrioid And serous carcinoma, with extensive tumor necrosis.  The tumor deeply infiltrates the monetarism the maximal thickness of myometrium invasion is 2.2 cm; the thickness of the endometrium in the area of maximal tumor invasion is 2.5 cm".  And the stage is T1b N2 MX. Stage III C2.  Right pelvic lymph nodes, lymphadenectomy metastatic adenocarcinoma, one out of nine.  Right adnexum, salpingo- oophorectomy:  ovary with endometriosis and stromal hyperplasia.  Atrophic Fallopian tube.  Left pelvic lymph nodes, lymphsadenectomy:  metastatic adenocarcinoma in four out of fifteen lymph nodes.  Right para- aortic lymph nodes, metastatic adenocarcinoma in two out of three lymph nodes. Left para-aortic lymph nodes, metastatic adenocarcinoma in six out of 7 lymph nodes.  The noneoplastic uterus shows:  adenomyosis, endocervical squamous meta plasma,  chronic active cervicitis, with extensive epithelial erosion ulceration.  Please let me know what you think.

 

Thank you

Deb

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I hope that you are feeling better with your back pain. Your report is quite complicated with words I've never heard before! I am afraid that I can't be much help with interpreting the medical jargon. I know that some of your conditions, such as the Atrophic Fallopian tube, is not cancer. Atrophic means that the tissue has wasted away. Your report indicates that the cancer has spread to both local lymph nodes and to those more distant close to the aorta.  I think your doctor would explain your report if you ask. What little I know about uterine cancer I learned since my diagnosis 10 months ago.  

Hope you are doing better, Cathy

Debra Lagrone
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Hi Cathy,  you have help more than you know and I appreciate it so much, who knows all the knowledge we learn from our cancer problems makes me feel like we are doctors lol

i am going to send a copy of my report to my niece who happens to be an RN in icu, don't know why I didn't think about that sooner, I seem to brain fart a lot.....  Lol. Hope you have a blessed day,  talk to you soon!!

Deb

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Hi everyone,  I had my pet scan done on Tuesday last week, I went to pick up a copy of the final report and was so scared about the out come that a lady in the office read it to me, her response was,  " you are in remission". I am so afraid to believe it until I see my oncologist in 2 weeks, but a part of me is so happy and at peace.  Thank you Jesus

Also it did say I need an ultrasound on my thriod but she said it could just be from treatment not to worry..  But of course I will worry until it is ruled out.  Lol

 

Best to everyone,  I pray and think of all of you who are fighting and the families.

 

Deb

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Deb that is FANTASTIC news and I hope you celebrate it!

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So happy for you.  Bet no one appreciates good news like we do.

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That is exciting news, when someone goes into remission. 

Jeanette

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Deb, that is wonderful news! I wish you continued good health.

Cathy

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