won't be before another week is over until the MDT meets again, until then no further information.
But my thoughts are going round in circles which brings me to perhaps strange ideas:
is it possible (theoretically) that the bone met (possibly also the nodules in the lung where we still don't know whether they are malignant, could be benign and not be associated with the CC) we have to deal with was surgery-induced?
Just from a logical point of view: the CC was caught early (more or less by coincidence and before showing any symptoms) and therefore resection was possible. Bone met didn't show up on earlier follow-up scans.
Can it be that the surgery contributed to single cancer cells being detached from the original site and swept away to form distant metastases?
If this was theoretically possible would then adjuvant chemotherapy after surgery perhaps have been the correct approach to prevent (or at least minimize the risk of) forming of metastases?
As far as I have read through many posts here it seems to be the usual approach in the US to offer (systemic) chemotherapy after surgery/resection (I wonder why). This is not the case in UK. Survival rates in UK are poorer when starting to compare statistics.
Does anybody have any suggestions?