Very interesting writeup on this new development Tom. I noticed you did the SIRT procedure on June 1. Did you do both lobes at the same time or stagger them? SIRT has a special significance to me as I would have had it done for my mother if we had been aware early enough. I believe in my heart it would have helped her metastatic tumors which were confined solely to her liver.
How was the procedure and recovery? I read it sometimes takes quite a while for results to show on CT scans. Hope you are feeling better. I have read that sometimes SIRT can dramatically improve how you feel if your liver tumors are symptomatic/ causing weakness.
DM 57 yrs old dx 6/8/15 T:4a N:1b M:1
KRAS G12D and TP53 C242fs mutations
Poorly Differentiated, Prominent Signet Ring Component(~50%)
Microsatellite Stable, 3 of (13)lymph nodes positive
15 Liver mets, largest 3.2 cm
Prim. Resection, Right Hemicolectomy 6/21/15
Start Chemo 7/20/15
2 rounds FOLFOX, 1 round FOLFOX +Avastin
CT 8/28/15, met growth, largest 4.5cm
4 rounds FOLFOX+Avastin
CT 11/06/15 mets stable, lungs clear
Begin FOLFIRI+Avastin 11/17/15, Stop chemo 1/26/16
Entered Paradise 3/11/2016