Tom Galli Posted September 1, 2020 Share Posted September 1, 2020 I had my 10:30 am CT chest and abdomen with contrast. It was a good day. My oncologist’s nurse told folks to do labs in concert with my IV install and the nurse got my IV on the first stick with minimum drama. Tomorrow is results revealed. I recall a time when CT scans were actually film and one needed to wait up to 2 weeks just for developing. I’ll know the results tomorrow at my oncology consultation. A one day cycle time; how about that! My oncologist is nearing retirement. He’s not accepting new patients and is down to a 3 day clinical schedule. So if I have a NED scan, we’ll likely spend most of the session trying to decide who might be my next doctor. Can you imagine having to review 16 years of treatment history. It is daunting task. Of course my CT scan technician’s daughter was 2 when I was diagnosed. Tomorrow she starts college! I might not sleep tonight as I contemplate the probable and improbable. One never knows with lung cancer. Stay the course. Tom JamesB, Sabacat, Deb W and 1 other 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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