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

LIGHT THE BRIDGE

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I’m not a morning person, but waking up at 4 am to experience the first-ever I-90 Light the Bridge was an event that I was excited to participate in.
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The new Glassybaby White Light Fund offers financial and emotional help to people in need. The art installation bought over 1200 people to span the length of the bridge, each holding a glowing special edition white light glassybaby. One hundred percent of the proceeds will be donated to the top 23 non-profit organizations that can rally the largest team of ambassadors. We choose Seattle Cancer Care Alliance organization because they are amazing and because we love them!

Kindness is Contagious.

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!