So this is what happened next.
You know I got kicked out of the trial because my ablated tumor was growing. Even though my other tumors were dying. This irked me something fierce for the obvious reason but also because it doesn’t make any sense. The medicine they were giving me that was killing those tumors was chosen because of the genetic profile of the tissue sample that was done on the ablated tumor!
I had a talk with my doctor on Sunday morning (yes, he called me to check in) and something I said must have finally piqued his curiosity as well because this morning I got a call first thing that he had ordered a PET scan for me and wanted it marked as high priority so he could get the results this week before he went on vacation.
So Yay me! It may still show that the ablated tumor is actually growing more cancer but at least we’ll find out if it’s something, or if it’s just weirdness leftover from the ablation.
Fun little park in Ann Arbor Michigan with my daughter yesterday.