When I return I hope to have my live samples sent to make a vaccine. Highly experiential bit I think it is worth a try. There have been some very positive preliminary reports with respect to the vaccine especially with a low tumor burden.
For anyone with inoperable lung mets or many lung mets that may be operable I recommend this treatment where minimal amounts of lung tissue is damaged. Dr. Rolle expects that I will not lose ANY lung function after removing TEN spots. It truly is fantastic. I know the risks of recurrence, but am so greatful for the chance at cure/long remission and to be Ned again. Mentally this is huge. I owe Maia so much and thank her again. When we work as a community of support it can make such a huge impact on the individual.
First of all, great that you got it done. I am so with you on the chance of being around a bit longer and I agree with you totally.
Questions if I may?
No loss of lung function? That is awfully impressive. How do you feel now?
What was the "surgery" like and how long were you under?
What was the recovery time?
Can you get more done again if you have a recurrance?
What was the vaccine thing you were talking about? Is that something where they make your tumor into an immunotherapy shot which they inject you with? Love to hear more about it
Had any buffalo meat (ran out of questions but wanted to ask some more so threw that in for free)
Happy? (I would be in your shoes)
OK the last 2 were crap, but I am really happy for you that you could get this procedure done and it is ground breaking. Obviously I am thinking of options for the future (hoping I don't need them) but thanks to you and Maia this is a ground breaking move.
Again, enjoy it and keep us in the loop