New method offers 80 percent accuracy, researchers say
by Teresa457 on Wed Nov 21, 2012 11:57 PM
by Randy1958 on Thu Nov 22, 2012 12:10 AM
On Nov 21, 2012 11:57 PM Teresa457 wrote: 6 months after surgery for gbm4, second MRI done today, showed no tumor recurrence and no signs of cancer. Things are looking up. There is hope. Have faith. I know it is only been 6 months, but my husband has always had a positive attitude. Works out every day and tries to eat the right foods. We still have two months left of chemo and a long road to recovery but we are taking one day at time. My husband got the ok to go back to driving, which is a big acomplishment. I am so happy and just want to share this with every one and will keep on praying for all of us here.
On Nov 21, 2012 11:57 PM Teresa457 wrote:
Wow, that is FANTASTIC news! Our medical history seems to be very similar (late February monster GBM debulked, radiation, Temodar, MRI in late June, second MRI in late September, no evidence of recurrence or residual neoplasm). I have another MRI in January. I'd like to think I've had a "can-do" attitude through all of this as well . . . and a great deal of credit needs to go to my wife. She never let me bottom out. Your husband sounds like quite a guy. Congratulate him for me. Getting to drive again is a major victory!
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