Thank you for the props there. If it turns out to be a metastasis, radiation is usually the course of treatment. Some chemotherapies will work, but the fastest and most convenient way is with radiation and it is usually very successful. A Lesion can be many things from scar tissue, bony prominences, and even an uneven bone density that will look like a lesion on a scan. Stop, take a breath, and don't put the horse before the cart yet. Here is a quick reference:
Bone metastasis is more likely with cancers such as:
I don't see pancreatic here so I am thinking positive....come join me! Carm.