Last week, all the news we received was bad. Each report was even worse than we could have possibly expected.
So today I was anticipating the worst. In light of that, today's visit was relatively good news. Praise the Lord! I needed some good news.
My lab work and chest x-rays were clean. Yay!
They did decide I need to get an MRI, just to get a better picture. I imagine that will happen in the next couple of days.
We haven't yet met with the oncologist, but the present plan of action is as follows:
14 or so weeks of chemo. Surgery. Radiation maybe. Hormone blockers and more chemo. Chemo could last up to a year.
Tomorrow I get to rest. No doctors. No tests. No results. One more day of calm before the storm.