I pray every day for all fighting cancer. When I let my family know my dx I received 5 prayer clothes in the mail from their churches. I wore them pinned on me every day until time for surgery and couldn't take them in with me. As soon as I woke up and got my wits about me that was first thing I asked for, my prayer clothes. I will wear them all the way through this cancer battle. I am going to say my prayers in a few for everyone and hopefully get some good sleep tonight.
Dx 8/19, RC, CEA 86, clinical T3N0M0
Neoadj 5FU/rad 6 wks
Surgery Jan 2020 APR/colostomy, neg margins T4bN1a IIIC G2 MSI- 1/20 LN+ LVI+ PNI-
presurg cea 24/post 5.9
Adj FOLFOX6, cea 7
1st rd complete, 2nd 3/9/20
Post surg chemo sensitivity testing at Nagourney Cancer Institute "Test failed due to neo-adj chemorad did its job. Not enough cancer cells to test." Good news cancer pretty much dead, bad news not knowing what chemo would work best for my cancer