Update -MRI Results

The Story of Us:

Dr P rang last night; the results of Brendan’s MRI are inconclusive. We aren’t considering this bad news, bad would have been definitive evidence of recurrence in his residual.

So it’s back to the city in 4 to 5 weeks to sit down with the entire team again,  to have a better look and some conversation about what might be going on – making sure nothing is overlooked, however small or insignificant it may be.

Hopefully 6 monthly check ups will kick in after this is sorted.

Thank you for your concern and continued support, sorry that I haven’t had a chance to reply personally to everyone that has messaged.

Cal 🙂 xx

Above: things you can do with one leg! A keen surfer before losing his leg above the knee, not having a water leg yet hasn’t kept Brendan off his surfboard. He goes out and makes the most of what he’s got – if that means not standing up to surf yet – so be it! Yep, some bigger waves might be nice too 🙂

Life’s good and hope is limitless!

The main focus of this Blog is to share awareness of the rare/uncommon cancer my husband Brendan has…
You can find more information on Sarcoma Cancer by following this link: sarcoma.
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Or hit “The Story of Us” Category to read more about the in’s and out’s of living with  undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma (UPS)

2 Comments Add yours

  1. purehaiku says:

    I like your attitude – inconclusive isn’t necessarily bad news – hope you get some definite positive good news soon tho! xxx


    1. calliemm says:

      Thank you … we do too, I’m sure it’s just around the corner 🙂


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