Robotic Surgery

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NHMike
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Re: Robotic Surgery

Postby NHMike » Sat Aug 12, 2017 11:08 am

If you read a lot of threads, you come to learn that it's a pretty long road ahead when you start out and wonder how you'll get through it.
Mike in NH: Rectal Bleeding biopsy June 23, Diagnosed Stage 3B rectal cancer late July 2017 via MRI.
T3, N1b, M0.
Started Xeloda + Radiation 07/31/17, to continue until 09/07/17.
CEA before treatment: 2.7. CEA after 14 treatments 1.9.

Basil
Posts: 108
Joined: Thu Mar 16, 2017 12:33 pm

Re: Robotic Surgery

Postby Basil » Sat Aug 12, 2017 9:45 pm

Like most situations involving this disease, my sense is that this challenge could go well, medium or poorly. So be it. Them are the facts of life and there is no changing it. I've been very fortunate so far and can do nothing more than taking my drs. advice in preparing and hoping for the best. My doctors think I have a good chance of having a positive result and I look forward to that.
40 y/o male, kids 6&9
Dx 3/16/17, rectal cancer S3,t3,n1,m0
PROSPCT trial (FOLFOX in lieu of chemorad)
FOLFOX 4/5/17 - 6/26/17
LAR 7/31/17, temp ostomy
pathological complete response
NED
adjuvant chemo cancelled
reversal scheduled 9/25/17
(praying I don't have to add on from here)


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