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Hodu L'Hashem Ki Tov, Ki L'Olam Hasdo - (Give thanks to the goodness of G-d because of the universe he created in loving kindness.)
Today I got a call from the Radiologist. It was a call that I requested him to make. I had received my most recent MRI report and it was so short that it didn't tell me in mm's what the size difference of the residual tumor was since last year. His response was there wasn't any residual tumor left it had completely resolved. All that was there was a slight distortion. He told me that if he hadn't known that I was diagnosed and treated he would have looked at it and thought, "nothing to see here."
Here are the last 3 MRI's done in the past 2 1/2 years see for yourself. (Courtesy of M H Imaging)
I went to see my oncologist today. He had seen my MRI, and at the end of the appointment I asked him "Compared to other patients with similar disease (E+, PR+ /Her2/neu, stage 2) how many have had as good a result as me?" He thought about it for a minute or so and said, "None". That this was truly amazing. And as far as he can tell, I am the patient that will become a game changer as far as the medical establishment with standard and customary treatments are concerened.
He will hopefully present my abstract at the International Symposium for Metabolic Therapies in Banff Canada this September. It's sponsored by the Charlie foundation.
Hodu L'Hashem Ki Tov, Ki L'Olam Hasdo.