Thursday, June 10, 2010

Scan Results May

Hi Everyone;

It has been a while since I posted something, so if there is anyone out there that still checks in once in a while, I thought I'd share the latest news.

I had a scan at the end of May and got the results a few days ago. Everything is clean! No evidence of cancer that can be found. Even though I was hopeful, I was still anxious a couple of days before hearing the results. Needless to say I am very pleased with the news.

The doctors commented about my impressive recovery. Other than the dry mouth and the very occasional aches and pains in my mouth my life is pretty much back to 'normal'. Hard to believe that I had a feeding tube about 8 months ago.

Anyway, now I have 6 months till my next scan.

Have a great summer everyone, I know I will!


Anonymous said...

Hey Olaf -- that was too coincidental -- I thought I would check the Blog and there you have posted wonderful news to make me smile! That is fantastic. Wonderful news to brighten your day and definitely your summer! You and Ange must be so excited. See you soon my friend

Wendy Broadfoot said...

What wonderful, amazing news Olaf!! I have been checking regularly since your visit and couldn't wait to hear the results---thanks for letting us all know!! You are a MIRACLE and I am absolutely thrilled for you. You and Angie have a wonderful summer----you deserve the very best!!
"The Mystery Woman"

JJ said...

Fantastic! Thanks for the update. Enjoy your summer.

Sue Burns said...

That is fantastic news Olaf! I'm so happy for you!

Anonymous said...

That's exciting news! Celebrating with you both!

dry mouth said...

One of the most common side effects of radiation therapy is dry mouth. Lack of saliva is a common problem that may seem little more than a nuisance, but a dry mouth can affect both your enjoyment of food and the health of your teeth. Good thing dry mouth pumps are now available to aid this problem.

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Wendy Broadfoot said...

Just checking in once again, to see how life is treating you and your lovely wife. I do hope that you are still cancer free and enjoying life.
Our sister and best friend are both struggling with cancer, so it sure is a prevalent and horrid disease.
Take care
Wendy Broadfoot