Finished treatment - kashubian

Celebration Associated with Adenocarcinoma, Stomach Cancer. Posted on January 16, 2014 View this journey (49 Experiences)

Monday 13 January 2014 was the last day of FOLFOX chemotherapy. The 5-FU pump came off Wednesday 15 January. In the words of our oncologist "we have thrown everything we can at this. You are looking good for all we've done for you. Now we scan, watch and wait. I'll be following up every 2 or 3 months for the next 3 years. Let's hope for remission." This is the first time he has talked about a future, even though it's only 3 years, we are hopeful and very thankful for the world class oncology we have in our small city. Those nurses there are angels, they have made what is so difficult an easier thing to endure. So, now we watch, wait and pray. The most likely places for recurrence: liver and lung. What we will watch for: bleeding or pain.

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