CT Tomorrow

It has been three months since cancer came back in June and now it’s time to see if the tumors are gone or not.
For the last two months, I have added Taxol, which took me into the two-year remission last time, onto the newest combo of Herceptin and Perjeta, together with vitamin D, which is also effective in breast cancer according to the recent news. If this were an Olympic event, this regimen would be a medal candidate.
My expectation is high, but because it’s so, I would be very shocked if the result is bad. I get scared if I think, “what if?”.

About a week ago I got an awesome phone call telling that a young man, who has had a very rare type of sarcoma and was told that he had only three months to live, is now recovering miraculously by the last chance medicine. He surprised his doctor, and he and his wife, who has given totally herself to take care of him, are going to Hawaii to have a wedding ceremony they haven’t had because of cancer.
God granted our prayers for him, and I believe the same faithful God is with me, also. So, what should I be afraid of? I shake off the concern and will go to have the CT!

2 thoughts on “CT Tomorrow

  1. Hi Kathy,
    Psalm 139:10-12.especially verse 11: If I say, “Surely the darkness shall fall on me,
    Even the night shall be light about me,
    Prayers & love sweet girl 😉

  2. Sharon,

    Thank you so much for the Bible verse! I finished the CT and now wait for the result. Thy will be done!

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