moon....just be vigilant. We have seen people living with this cancer for many more years then expected or predicted by the physicians. Those are those people giving hope to others. Also, more research and better technology are always in development. Scans are only able to detect anything larger in size then 1 cm therefore, it is important to look for symptoms which could relate to a recurrence, and to continue to have blood test, regularly. Scans in common intervals of 3 to 6 months have been recommended to many of our members. And, don't forget to relax and enjoy life, also. I know this is not always easy to do but, my experience has tought me in addition to the many comments made by our great members, when in fear we easily overlook the joyous moments of our precious life.
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