I'm in a very early Phase of my Chemo treatment and I must say, I love hearing good news!
It gives me so much hope, to see people getting along with treatment and hearing about those suckers shrinking! I guess I would yell it to the world to hear
Congratulations by the way!
Just as Lee as noted, just try to be sensitive if some bad news just have arrived in the room.
When I was out of surgery I had a room with a lady who had peritoneal carcinomatosis just about everywhere after an HIPEC gone South and everything was really hard on her, so I tried to keep my happiness to myself, about being tumor free for the time being and my very successful surgery...
She was very gracious about everything and
I could see that she was happy for me, being so young and having a baby daughter and all.
You have the right of being happy as well and live this positiveness in this moment of your life... specially in this moment!
I hope that your metastases evaporate soon enough and that you can take out (pun intended xD) that rectum in no time!
All the best,
Dx @ 29 yo. Mum (2 y.o.) & Wife
12/2016: Rectal AdenoCa G2. CEA 4.3. RAS Wild. MSS. IIIB.
01 - 03/2017: 28 RTx + CHT 2,5 g/d Capecit.
03 - 06/2017: Suplemments and Cimetidine.
05/2017: TME/TAMIS + permanent Colostomy CEA 0.5
05/2017: ypT2N2aM0 (4/15), good cCR, limited pCR
06 - 8/2017: 4x CapOx 3,5 g/d (2x Oxi reduced to 80%)
09 -11/2017: 3x Capecit. monotherapy 4g/d
12/2017: Aspirin, Vit. D3, Curcumin, Multivitamin.