MarySmith’sPlace ~ It’s back (or did it ever really go away?) Cancer Diary #38

Saturday 07, August: The biopsy result on the lymph nodes shows the cancer is now metastatic. To quote from the report: “The morphological features and immunoprofile are consistent with metastatic adenocarcinoma from the lung.”

I had a CT scan on Friday including neck, chest, abdomen and pelvis to identify where the cancer has spread. And, so, I wait again for the next result.

This must be the shortest update I’ve written because I haven’t yet processed what I’m feeling/thinking – and probably won’t until the scan result comes through and the wait to see the oncologist and find out what, if anything, can be done.

151 thoughts on “MarySmith’sPlace ~ It’s back (or did it ever really go away?) Cancer Diary #38

  1. Dear Mary,

    I am so sorry to read your news. My heart goes out to you.

    As always, my thoughts are with you,

    With love,

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    • Thanks, Ann. It’s not great and I hate the hanging about waiting for the scan results and wondering what, if anything, can be done – and if I can face anything to be done.
      I hope you’ve recovered fully from your accident. Love, Mary xx


    • I know what you mean, Becky. A few people have commented on the not wanting to hit the Like button, but still want to acknowledge they’ve read the post. I appreciate you reading the post and thinking of me.

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  2. Oh Mary, I was so worried when you showed me the lumps (and I prodded them like a cattle vet) and now I’m weeping. Please, please let the scan show no other metastases although I know it’s out of your control. Massive hug. Juliet xxx

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