So I've been going through CT and MRI images, figuring out the tumor sizes for my patients. Tumors keep getting bigger, they keep dying. It sucks, and it's sad, and I hate it. Then I get to Frank. Frank has a 2 cm tumor in the top of his liver before he sees my doc. Then he gets the chemoembolization treatment I've been working on this summer. 6 months later, the tumor is GONE! This never happens- he's one in a million.
Frank's been alive for a year and a half since his initial diagnosis, and he's living cancer-free. He was one of the lucky 6 from my SSDI post. I'm so happy for him.