Two-Year Triumph

I’ve jumped another hurdle in cancer – I’ve officially passed the two-year mark of being in remission. I went to the oncologist today and all results were clear, my blood work was normal and he gave his official seal of approval – “Sweet!”

 So, what does this mean?

  • I’m out of the clear when patients with my specific subset (Non-Hodgkin’s Primary Medistinal Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma) tend to relapse.
  • I only have to get PET scans and check-ups twice a year now, instead of every three months.

I am quite excited. In fact, I think I’ll just throw another party. Details to come.

However, in the mean time, on September 28, I’m walking in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walk at Citibank Park in Central Islip. Last year, my team, Squash Lymphoma, raised over $2,000 and I will be donating a DVD/VCR combo I received as a prize to the BMT ward at Stony Brook University Medical Center.

If you’d like to donate for the walk, my page is here: Light The Night Donation Page

If you’d like to join me for the walk, the team page is here: Squash Lymphoma

I hope you can join me!

One Response to “Two-Year Triumph”

  1. Caitlin says:

    Aw congratulations hun! I’m happy for you!

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