I went on the 12th for another MRI and it showed that the tumor is shrinking and losing its color which means it is dying. Just say it was such good news that my whole family was crying by the time we left. Happy Tears, Tears of relief, Tears of Success. I can't even put into words how it felt to get some good news. Just thought I could encourage everyone else to keep on trying and dont give up. I should have been dead a year and 4 months ago by doctors dignoisis.
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