No Signs of Cancer

This morning, after 6 months of chemotherapy I had a PET Scan. The scan showed no signs of cancer. I am now switching from active treatment to monitoring for a reoccurrence.

I’d love to say definitely that I have beat cancer, but that is more a determination after 5 years of monitoring. So for now, I will say I am a cancer survivor. Chemo has taken its toll though and it will take a few months to get back up to speed and strength.

Thanks to all who followed my progress and for all the thoughts, prayers, and support you gave me. It has yet to really sink in, but it is a good feeling none the less.

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17 Responses to No Signs of Cancer

  1. That is the best news I have heard in a very long time! Wishing All The Best! Onward!

  2. Krystal says:

    Wonderful news! Glad to hear it and thanks again for the great job with the MOOC. I didn’t get to spend as much time on it as I had hoped but it was still a great refresher on why I went into librarianship.

  3. alyscott2011 says:

    Congratulations!!!!!

  4. sclibrarian says:

    Excellent news. I am doing a happy dance for you, Dave.

  5. I was just wondering last night how your treatments were going! This is wonderful news congratulations! Rest up and get your strength back (although from the talks you given recently I would be very impressed to see you back at full speed – you always seemed to have boundless energy and enthusiasm)

  6. Mary Charters says:

    Great news!!!!!

  7. Andy says:

    That’s the best news! Glad to hear it!

  8. stephenabram says:

    That’s awesome Dave. Just like you had to accept the chemo and drugs you have to accept good news too. Been there too.

  9. Will says:

    Happy to hear thus!

  10. Terry Morris says:

    Excellent news all the best!!!!

  11. Joan says:

    That’s really great news. I am so happy for you and your family.

  12. Peter Sharpe says:

    Excellent news! Take the time you need to properly recoup and recharge. The ripple-out of the MOOC will generate loads of possibilities, but you and your health come first!

  13. Todd Marshall says:

    So glad to hear it Dave!

  14. Mieneke says:

    Fantastic news, Dave!

  15. behartle says:

    This is fantastic news!! We will keep the prayers coming for your speedy recovery.

  16. Bonnie Ryan says:

    Fantastic Dave! This is wonderful news! Love to you and your family.