I've lost count on how many scans I have done within the past 8 years, but it's safe to say that I'm still in the clear. This scan in particular was great. Normally, my CT scans are pretty good - but there have been scans where they found Ground-glass nodules (GGNs) which are hazy lesions [...]
GOOD HEAVENS FOR SCAN #11
AMEN! FOR SCAN #10
MIGHTY FINE SCAN #9
THE GREAT SCAN #8
THE BEAUTY IN IMPERFECTIONS
THANK HEAVEN FOR SCAN #7
Scan #7 was pure Heaven! So grateful to have my sister Di and her little ones join me to my SCCA appointment!!! Thank you to everyone for your endless support, love, and prayers. xoxo, Cam
PERFECT NUMBER SIX
Scan #6 is all about SMILES & THUMBS UP! And while I’m living on the edge, I decided that standing on a swivel chair was my way of celebrating another successful scan! Thank you to everyone for your endless support, love, and prayers. xoxo, Cam oh...and Happy Pi Day!
IT’S NOT A MYTH, I SURVIVED THE FIFTH!!!
High Five to Scan #5! Since I've been showing great progress, instead of having MRI & CT scans every 3 months, Dr. Pillariesetty recommended MRI scans every 4 months until I reach my two year mark. And if all goes smoothly from there on, the hope is to reduce these scans to every 6 months. [...]
IT’S MY CANCERVERSARY and I’LL [CRY, LAUGH, CELEBRATE, FREAK OUT] IF I WANT TO…
We're all blessed with milestones- occasions that come around each year that you either dread or celebrate, or perhaps both. The most common -- birthdays -- are universal and completely out of our control, but you never forget your birthday (even if everyone else does). Anniversaries, in the most common form, are the day you [...]
WATCH ME WHIP…
Scan #4 was SUCCESSFUL! yay! As you can tell by my leg, it was all ready to start doing the 'Nae, Nae' dance but my niece Jaci does it better!!! Don't you think?!?
NATIONAL CANCER SURVIVORS DAY
Why I started blogging... Caringforcamille.com emerged soon after I was diagnosed with Leiomyosarcoma in the summer of 2013. While I was recovering at Evergreen Hospital from my first surgery, my sister Diane commented that I should consider starting a journal. So I did…I wrote about my thoughts, the pain, hospital food, etc... just about anything [...]