So, we had the doctor-patient conference.
The tumour is described as a flat disc, some 2-3 inches in diameter, located outside the liver, and pressing on the duodenum. It is to the back of the stomach, very close to, but not wrapped around, the large portal vein. The chances of it being possible to remove it surgically seem very, very small, if at all existing. The tumour has been lurking, and slowly growing, for many months, possibly since the original surgery two years ago.
There is not yet a plan of action
Cancer is a word, not a sentence.
36 year old patient with buckets of hope