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  • First All clear!!!

    Had my first follow up appointment yesterday and everything came back all clear!! Cancer free everyone. I am so happy and looking forward to the future. Graduating college in may and starting my first real job in June!!

  • #2
    Congrats Terrence! A clean scan is a great reason to celebrate. And congrats on graduating and landing a job!
    11/16/16 Went to primary care complaining of testicular pain. Wrongly diagnosed with epididymitis. Told not to worry, it'll go away on its own.
    12/8/16 Diagnosed with TC in left testicle.
    12/9/16 Left I/O.
    1/5/17 Tumor Markers officially back to normal -- Stage 1A with 70% EC.
    1/26/17 Robotic RPLND using left MSKCC template as primary treatment.
    2/2/17 Pathology results: pN0. They say I still have a 10% relapse chance.
    5/9/18 One and a half year all clear.


    • #3
      Congrats, man, that's awesome!!!
      July 2016 - Left I/O
      December 2016 - BEPx3
      All clear for 1 year!

      My Testicular Cancer Support Kit
      First Oncologist Visit Checklist
      Simplify Cancer Podcast


      • #4
        awesome bro! exciting news. congrats.


        • #5
          Glad to hear it Terrence! I hope this puts all your earlier concerns to rest.
          Jan, 1975: Right I/O, followed by RPLND
          Dec, 2009: Left I/O, followed by 3xBEP


          • #6
            Nice, I just got my first one too, here is too much more!


            • #7
              Congrats Terrence on both all clear and graduating college! Did you start your new job yet?
              Son Grant
              dx 12/21/16 at age 17

              BEP x3
              Post Chemo CT Scan on 3/28/17 still showed a few nodes over 2 cm
              2nd Post Chemo CT Scan on 4/27/17 showed all nodes still over 2cm
              Post Chemo RPLND 5/8/17: Periaortic Teratoma, Intraaorticaval Teratoma, and Paracaval Teratoma found.