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Hi Sarah,

 

Snow and ice...lovely to look at but not to drive on. I'm so glad you managed and did not have to cancel your scans. Having to wear the mask while in makes it more difficult and uncomfortable I find. Hoping your new scans will provide clarity moving forward. 

 

Take care,

Ann

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Well, I am ecstatic on this cold, bright and snowy afternoon.  I have just come in from decorating my daughter's new flat and find a letter from the hospital saying,  "I write to advise you that the scans you had on 14th January show everything is stable" :-D 

 

It then goes on to say "Dr. Dyde has arranged a further scan to be performed in 18 months and we will write to you with the results when they are available. Currently no further treatment is planned"

 

I am so happy, I could cry!   In fact I didn't just get one letter saying this, I got two - an identical letter which must have been sent just to make sure I'd read the first one correctly!!

 

I dread to think how many months I have had all this hanging over me, so the relief is immense.  I realise that things may change in the future, but 18 months respite is not to be sniffed at in my book :thumbsup::-D

 

Sarah x

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Sarah absolutely delighted at your news. Your feelings of relief and joy must be immense following all these anxious months of uncertainty and frustration. 

 

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Sarah, that is wonderful news, what a huge relief that must be for you. You deserve to be ecstatic after all these months of not knowing what was going to happen. 

Really pleased for you. Xx

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Sarah you've really cheered me up this Thursday evening. So happy you've got such a clear and positive letter from the doctor. Brilliant news. Now time to let all that stress melt away and enjoy the weekend.

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Many thanks everyone for your lovely comments - you all sound as happy as I am about this news:grin:!

 

I just need the next 18 months to go in slow motion now!

 

Thanks again,

Sarah x

 

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That’s fabulous news I’m so pleased for you. I’m still waiting for my scan results - it’s so nerve wracking waiting and watching for the post. Go ahead now and enjoy life (as far as covid will allow). Sally xx

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