no visible evidence of residual tumour" Is that not the BEST news EVER!!!!!!!!!!!
Stuart and I couldn't wipe the smile off our faces. This does not mean however that the tumour is still not there. If it is smaller than .5 of a cm then there is a chance that the MRI did not pick it up. The next MRI will be the tell all. If there was any left then in three months time it should have grown more and therefore be big enough to pick up. At this stage though we are just over the moon with the current results.
She still has a long way to go as there are still worrying concerns with her jaw and teeth. On Monday when we go up and see her oncologist we will also be seeing a Maxillofacial Surgeon to see what can be done. She will need more surgery but we will cross that bridge when we come to it.
We were all going to go out tonight for a celebratory dinner but forgot that Jacob has his presentation evening at school so we are instead heading out there. We will celebrate tomorrow night.
Anyway just wanted to pop in and let you all know the big results we got today.
Hope you are all happy and healthy