One Year and Nine Months

I’m writing this update at a very strange and bizarre time. Most of the world is currently in lockdown due to Covid 19 and us cancer bods have been told to self-quarantine for at least 12 weeks. A small price to pay for keeping safe and healthy but hard all the same. 

I have received my most recent PCR results and they have definitely helped to put a smile on my face! I was thrilled to hear that the abnormal cells in my blood have gone down to 0.002%, bringing me further into the remission phase! Thank the lord! There was a slight chance my results might have shown a tiny increase (potentially out of remission) due to the fact that these numbers are so tiny. Sometimes it’s possible to get a varied percentage from two different readings. But luckily for me, the second results have shown a decrease! I’m sitting happily in remission still and I plan to stay there.

My next big test is in June, so until then I plan to stay safe and keep healthy. I’ve not survived cancer to let covid knock me over! Not on your Nellie!

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  1. Great news Chloe!!! Hope you keep the down hill curve and get total remission soon. My last PCR also gave me a hope, it was 0.032% which is much better than last one of 0.170%.RegardsPaulo Giorgiani El 19 may. 2020 09:49, CAKE AWAY CANCER <comment-reply@wordpress.com> escribió:

    Chloe posted: " I’m writing this update at a very strange and bizarre time. Most of the world is currently in lockdown due to Covid 19 and us cancer bods have been told to self-quarantine for at least 12 weeks. A small price to pay for keeping safe and healthy but hard "

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