Don't see that anything you said could be insensitive. How wonderful for you and it gives hope that one day I will be posting the same great news, good for you - now enjoy life. Estelle xx
I really love to hear about people recovering - it feels so positive. In truth, most of us will recover and have plenty of years left in us - which we will value all the more for having lived on the knife-edge for this period of time.
Good evening ladies. Thought you would like to share in my good news (don't mean to be insensitive to you out there who are waiting or not having good news at the moment) but I went for my results today and the Consultant congratulated me and said I was cancer free. My last biopsy was clear and there is no cancer anywhere.
Of course I still have to have treatment. I see the Oncologist next week to see what I will have to have but the Consultant seems to think it wil be better for me to have chemo to make sure - sometimes it only takes one rogue cell to take hold somewhere else. I am ER+pos and HER2 negative. The tumour was Grade 3 and Stage 1.
I feel strange at the moment because obviously I still feel the same but I am sure it will all sink in soon.
It is unbelievable that only 9 weeks ago I went to my GP, have had scans and biopsies, two operations and now been told I am free of cancer. Yipeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Be brave all of you newly diagnosed and take heart that this thing can be beaten and hopefully there will be many of you telling the same story as me in just a few weeks time.
Love to you all