On January 11, 2008 is the day my hand bumped into my chest and noticed a lump. Followed by a visit to the PCP and then mammogram, ultrasound followed by a core biopsy. I had my surgery on the 28th of January. Chemotherapy started on the 27th of February. My cancer spread to my spine in April 2009. Five years to the day I had to switched to like my 7th or 8th treatment. It has been an unbelievable journey that I wish no one else to go on. I am so glad that I have so many great friends and family to join my on my journey. They noticed a little spot on my liver which is not cool. It was noticed before but now it can be measured. It takes a little while for me to get used to new treatments, I hope this one is quick. I am venting a little now, But I promise I will take the bull by the horns and get right back on track. It has been a tough holiday season with Fiona’s mom dying on Christmas day. She was a great women and is definitely missed. There will many more upbeat post in the future, I just wanted to bring everyone up to date. Scans results are tough, especially when they are not good. I will put a plan together to kick some butt.
February 15 should be the time I am on Rock Center at 10 pm, so check it out. I will let you know if there are any changes. My wife and daughter should also be on the show. They are both my rocks and tough ones.
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