Those where the oncologist’s words. I just received a phone call from him with my PCR test results—a big fat “0” in the 10,000 cells that were analyzed. In other words, the results were resoundingly and unmistakably negative. I wish I had a photo of some fireworks, or something. This will have to do:
My cancer card has been revoked, and I happily hand it back to the universe.
19 Replies to “Best possible outcome”
So very happy for you !
Best possible outcome indeed!
FANTASTIC! Great news. I will continue to keep you and V in my thoughts and prayers.
WOOO HOOO! Congratulations! It’s been a long road to get here, but it’s time to celebrate!
Wonderful news, guys! love and peace …
Outstanding!!! That had to be the best. phone. call. ever.
That’s so awesome Dan, congratulations!!!
That’s tremendous news! Sounds like that lovely bike is going to get some more exercise.
This is fabulous news, and I’m thrilled for you. Cancer will NOT pass go or collect $200!
Thank God for that Dan…all my best to you and Virginia 🙂
yippee i o kiyae! this is indeed excellent news!
i could not be happier for you!
That makes my day! I can’t imagine the feeling of joy in hearing that news. Awesome.
I am a knitter/spinner who has always enjoyed your beautiful blog even though I don’t usually comment, but had to say that I am very, very happy for you and your family for the good news. You’ve been in my thoughts and I’m so glad to hear you can get back to all of the wonderful joys of ‘ordinary’ daily life. 🙂
What a beautiful phone call! We’ll be looking for you at next year’s St. Paul Classic Bike Ride!
Yay, Dan! Fantastique! Wonderful news. I’m glad to read it. Congratulations!
That is so wonderful. Congratulations!
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