One Year and Six Months

I’M IN REMISSION! I REPEAT….I…AM…IN…REMISSION!! I literally can’t believe it. I turned up to the hospital for my usual test results and was knocked sideways by the news. It’s safe to say there were a lot of tears! Over the last three months the abnormal cells in my body have reduced from 0.032% to 0.007%. As this is below 0.01% it is classified as a molecular response. For my condition this is known as remission!

So what now I hear you say! Well for the foreseeable future I will stay on my Nilotinib medication, to ensure my body stays in this remission phase. All being well, I may be able to temporarily come off of my tablets in two years time, to try for baby number two. As you know, I would love to make us a family of four, but for now it’s one step at a time. I’ve reached remission which is incredible – my main goal at the moment is staying there! I’m focussing on the here and now and taking life one step at a time. I feel incredibly blessed to have reached this stage and plan to continue living and loving every single day.

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  1. pablogio11@hotmail.com

    Chloe,What incredible news!!! Congratulations and hope you keep in remission and came off of the Nilo very soon!!!I’ll be running on my quarterly exame next month, hope the last 0.11 PCR goes down as yours. RegardsPauloEl 22 feb. 2020 15:45, CAKE AWAY CANCER <comment-reply@wordpress.com> escribió:

    Chloe posted: " I’M IN REMISSION! I REPEAT….I…AM…IN…REMISSION!! I literally can’t believe it. I turned up to the hospital for my usual test results and was knocked sideways by the news. It’s safe to say there were a lot of tears! Over the last three months the a"

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  2. Chloe

    Hi, thank you so much for your lovely message. I am totally over the moon with the news. Hoping your next PCR results go down too! Keep me posted!

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