I had some good news the other day from my Doctor at the Rocky Mountain Cancer Center here in Colorado Springs. He was saying my cancer is in remission. When I told him what my other Doctor (Dillon is his name) said about my bad chances, he informed me it was because Dillon wasn't being sent the latest news and progress. These Docs sure know how to keep you on a limb, but it looks like I'm out of the woods. It's amazing what they do with cancer these days. They set my immune-system against my entire body and it was attacking everything. It made me look like a blue-eyed albino and I suffered hallucinations. I was restless and roamed the hallways at night, not generally in a good mood towards anyone... but they told me I don't have to take the nasty stuff anymore... I still take cancer treatments but the ones I'm taking now have no adverse effects on me like the other did. It's nice to be around I had my will made out and everything, and now this. I'm one lucky m/f
That is fantastic news! I'm so very happy for you, Sid.
Trust in the Lord. Blessings! David.
Last Edit: Feb 18, 2020 20:48:08 GMT by virtualsky
Talk about going through the 5 stages of grief LOL! I have been through them forwards backward and sideways. Like, it wasn't like in the movies it was more like chaos. Yes, there was a time when I turned to our Lord for help. I went through that. I made a will, I went through that too (I still have that but I never officially notarised it). I'm not the same person I was.
I did go ahead and re-register here at the forum so that I'm no longer a refugee, lol.
These days I go to RMCC (Rocky Mountain Cancer Center) and all things look well. Remission is the latest word but they're packing them in there. It was less than 6 feet per person to me, it seems like every time I try to make an appointment that I am scared off by the number of people waiting for treatment. It's hit and miss, really depending on how things look you know. Every day is another day in the Lord, let us rejoice and be glad in it