Once Again — Confirmed Remission

The routine oncology tests were very easy to go through. After all, I had gotten used to the needles being poked into my arm to draw blood. Then after a couple of days I would go and get poked again so the nuclear medicine contrast could be injected into my arm followed by drinking two bottles of contrast.

Over time, starting in 1995 the equipment had gotten so much better. The time it now takes to run the scans is shorter and the doctor’s have much better information to use from them.

Since I wasn’t able to make the decision about getting cancer, I have had an amazing opportunity to watch all of the good things that have happened over the years. Things that are used to take care of people like me.