As Good As It Gets!

I had to share this post – Sandee has had some brilliant news for the new year… She’s cancer free!

Still Life, Beyond Cancer

The good news: when I went in for my second “fill” today, I was able to have one of my JP drains removed. Here I am, happily saying goodbye to it:

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The length of tubing stretching from the open end in my left hand to the fingers of my right was what was inside my body–yikes. Makes we wonder where, exactly, it all wound around.

So that’s the good news. But the BEST news is this: my pathology reports from surgery came back, and I am officially cancer-free! They found NO cancer cells in either breast or in lymph nodes. None. Nada. Zilch. Hooray!

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Receiving the report makes for a great start to the new year. This is me enjoying a celebratory Starbucks. Cheers!

I will still undergo radiation treatments, as one final precautionary push-back against the possibility of local recurrence in the skin or area lymph nodes. Radiation will…

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12 thoughts on “As Good As It Gets!

  1. Pingback: As Good As It Gets! — Suzie Speaks | Newsline

  2. Amazing! That’s what the whole cancer-fighting battle is all about, that moment when you realize you’ve gained the edge! Love hearing stories like this. Thank you for sharing!

  3. That is great news! I’m so happy for you! I’ve been cancer free for 2 and 1/2 years now and let me tell you it’s the most awesome feeling in the world. 🙂 Enjoy your life. 🙂

    • I’m so pleased you saw this – people seem to have been commenting here rather than on your blog so I was going to message you later about it! Feel free to send them a reply on here!

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