My mums cancer was discovered by accident. She changed doctors because she moved, She was concerned with a few minior things, 1 being a lump under her eye that she had had for years, The doctor advised her to see a specialist and get it removed as they can be come nasty but looked fine at the time. She also had to see a surgeon about an existing shoulder injury. She was feeling fine, but had some problems eating certain foods. My mum reguarly went for a walk, when she became dissy and slightly out of breath a couple of times, she returned to the doctor, She thought she was just getting worried about the ops, The doctor ordered chest scans etc, and found shadows on the lungs, blood test followed, which were not that bad, but slightly to high in the liver results, this lead to more test, and here we are today, 12 months later, with cancer all through her body. No yellowing, blotting and her colonoscopicy and endoscop were clear.
We have had a pretty busy 12 months of Chemo, but managed some special time too, trips away and lots of talks.