THE GREAT EIGHT


A little over a month after giving birth, I went in for my routine MRI/CT scan. As you can tell from the title, my scan was great!! So now instead of going every 4 months like I was doing before I got pregnant, I am now schedule to go every 6 months.

Thank you to everyone for your endless support, love, and prayers.

xoxo,
Cammy

IT’S NOT A MYTH, I SURVIVED THE FIFTH!!!

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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.

Thank you to everyone for your endless support, love, and prayers.

Special thanks to my amazing team over at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. You guys rock!
L-R: Resident Dr. Val, Dr. Pillarisetty, and my personal nurse Allison

xoxo,
Cam

FOLLOW-UP

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Today was my 2 week post-op check. Doc says I’m healing really well and that I can finally remove all the steri strips which was a real relief because it was causing me to itch real bad. The latest pathology report did conclude that the type of cancer I had was indeed Leiomyosarcoma and that all traces of it was removed from my digestive tract. However, because it’s a high grade tumor, the doctor believes the chances of it coming back is pretty high. All I can do from here on out is pray that it doesn’t find its way back to me. Well, that and of course, routine checks and CT scans.
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After my visit to the doctors, I figured we should make use of my parent’s time in Seattle – so we got some coffee at U. Village and strolled by the Fremont Troll.
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We then headed to Belltown Pizza for lunch and met with my friends Brian & Chris!