My horse was a Welsh Cob who owned ? me for 20 years. His official name was Copplestone Cracker. He passed away at age 23 in 2014. He was beautiful, cheeky, loved and the only horse I ever had. I am thankful to have had him.
It is good to hear from you and that your doctor has a plan. TACE has worked well for you, and hopefully will continue to do so. Excellent news that the CC continues to be lazy and slow-moving, with luck the next round of TACE will knock it back decisively.
I love your picture. Someday when you post in the future, please tell us about the beautiful horse.
Latest scan shows growth of 1 cm on both tumors. Oncologist in agreement with TACE doctor wants me to have another transarterial chemo embolization. That will be my 5th one! His reasoning is that previous TACE worked to a degree in shrinking and controlling the tumors hence He does not want to do anything more aggressive. I have mixed feelings about the diagnosis I am getting tired of this CC hence wish they could get rid of the tumors. Oncologist said that I exceeded their expectations so thinks I am doing okay. The rest of my liver is fine. No metastasize anywhere else. I am thankful for that.
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