• Cancer is in Remission!! Woohoo!

    Asked by judyofthesouth on Thursday, September 4, 2014

    Cancer is in Remission!! Woohoo!

    My doctor told me yesterday that I am in remission. I still have to take revlimid, but I am delighted. I had a pet scan and x-rays done and they found no other cancer in my body. God is SO GOOD!

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    • ticklingcancer's Avatar


      almost 6 years ago
    • alimccalli's Avatar

      Second your WOO HOO!!!!!! :) Congrats.

      almost 6 years ago
    • amontoya's Avatar

      Third your WOO HOO!! Congratulations!!

      almost 6 years ago
    • myronbob's Avatar

      GREAT !!! enjoy week-end . bob /

      almost 6 years ago
    • cam32505's Avatar

      So happy for you. Thanks for giving us hope.

      almost 6 years ago
    • Asanayogini's Avatar

      Yes God is good all the time Congratulation , keep on keeping on .

      almost 6 years ago
    • LiveWithCancer's Avatar

      Yea! That is great news! I am so happy for you!

      almost 6 years ago
    • Keith59's Avatar

      Awesome news...God is good!

      almost 6 years ago
    • lilymadeline's Avatar

      God is Good! YAY! Congratulations!!!!!! Hugs!!!!! Wonderful news, and thanks so much for sharing it!!! Hugs!!!!!

      almost 6 years ago
    • Phoenix76's Avatar

      Great news!! Do a Happy Dance!! Hugs for everyone who cares about you. Never give up!!

      almost 6 years ago
    • azsuper's Avatar

      that's great news!

      almost 6 years ago
    • WISmom's Avatar

      So happy for you! :-)

      almost 6 years ago
    • Ejourneys' Avatar

      Terrific news! Congratulations!

      almost 6 years ago
    • lynniepoo's Avatar

      That is wonderful news!!! God is good! I remember how much you worried and stressed, now you can get on without all that negativity!! Congrats, hugs and celebrate!!!

      over 5 years ago
    • Rolltidelynne's Avatar

      Whoop! Whoop!! Yay:)) so so HAPPY to hear this news:))) made my day!!

      over 5 years ago
    • LadyLion's Avatar

      Doing the Happy Dance in my head for you! As soon as rad wounds heal will do the real Happy Dance for you. :)

      over 5 years ago
    • BuckeyeShelby's Avatar

      Snoopy dances of joy!! May you remain in remission for at least the next 200 years. : )

      over 5 years ago
    • SDGadgetGirl's Avatar

      YYYYAAAAAYYYY!!!! Congratulations! I'm so happy for you!

      over 5 years ago
    • barryboomer's Avatar

      Wonderful news....now keep yourself HEALTHY as you CAN.

      over 5 years ago
    • schweetieangel's Avatar

      Fantastic..what awesome news!!!!

      over 5 years ago
    • KLC's Avatar

      It brings a smile to my face whenever I read posts like yours ! I'm very happy for you and will join in the shout out for you ! Whoooo-hoooo Judy ! ! ! Congrats ! ! Karen : )

      over 5 years ago
    • mlibrarian's Avatar

      That is such wonderful news, Judy! Thanks for sharing and being an inspiration!
      God is awesome!

      over 5 years ago
    • azlibrarylady's Avatar

      Wonderful news!!

      over 5 years ago
    • judyofthesouth's Avatar

      You guys are the greatest. Its your comments that have helped me stick to all the chemo, losing my hair, and finally the stem cell transplant. For those who aren't familiar with stem cell transplant. I thought it would be very complicated..it wasn't. I had to be in hospital for 2 weeks. They froze my cells after high chemo. Then 2 nurses thawed out the cells/blood and put them back in my body thru IV. I was told that I could never have this done again because of the cost, but at least my insurance paid well on hospitals and doctors.

      over 5 years ago
    • lynniepoo's Avatar

      It's funny isn't it, most of us who have gone thru a stem cell transplant worry before about the process, think of it almost like surgery, and generally are terrified at the prospect of a SCT. Most then afterwards realize it wasn't as bad as we feared and are grateful for the outcome. I just had hernia surgery and that was almost about the same at least in general weariness afterwards etc. Recovery not as long of course. Did the nurses tell you it would smell like creamed corn or tomatoes? :). They were right!! I just remembered that... The nurses are wonderful and know how scared most of their patients are and how bored they get in the hospital for those two weeks. It is truly an amazing process and most of us would do it again in a heartbeat for the outcome. I know some people have had a bad experience and truly feel horrible for them. As with anything not everyone reacts the same to any procedure. But it certainly is worth the usual outcome to do it. My best to you and hope you continue on this positive path!!!

      over 5 years ago

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