I'll have another set of scans soon I expect, probably next month. When I saw my oncologist this week, we didn't talk about it yet, but it's getting time to check again. So far, my "go-juice" infusion I get every 3 weeks through the port in my arm is keeping cancer away, which is fantastic.
Neuropathy isn't improving, so if you'd like to pray for that, I'd be grateful. They told me the level at which I have it 1 year after chemo ends is likely where it'll stay. That will be December, so there is still time for it to improve, I pray. At least it's still only in my right hand. It doesn't hurt, it just is numb and irritating. I wouldn't miss it if it were gone.
We're waiting to hear from insurance to see if they'll take care of a treatment I've appealed for regarding some menopausal side effects. We covet your prayers that they'll step up. The treatment they WILL pray for is known to cause cancer, so no thank you, I don't wish to take that. This treatment costs a little less, really a lot less in the long run, but is considered a bit too new. But is showing effectiveness and is FDA approved, which should count for something I pray.
So that's that. The update. I pray they'll always be this boring. I don't think a day goes by that I'm not soaked in some level of gratitude for the day I've been given.
James 1:12 “Blessed is the man who perseveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love him.”
whether here on earth or in heaven, #grateful #blessed