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Cycle 6 Week 24 - My Today, My Tomorrow | by tyfn
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Cycle 6 Week 24 - My Today, My Tomorrow

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Sometimes unexpectedly, a really amazing thing will happen to you - like a friend calling to meet up for sushi, or finding a beautiful flower, while walking through a forest.


My cancer levels for May dropped to 36 from between 47 and 48 in April. I missed 2 weekly sessions of chemo while hospitalized for 10 days due to my blood infection, so this is really incredible.


Happy dance!


My first night, while still in ER, I was given a COVID-19 test and thankfully found out the next morning I had tested negative. During that night, I didn’t sleep much, I worried about my grocery shopping that morning and wondered if I had unknowingly infected others.


I’m wearing a mask whenever I leave my apt now, to better protect others from me. It helps give me peace of mind, especially when I go for chemo treatment or when around people with compromised immune systems.



M protein (g/L) (if 0, means no cancer detected)

May = 36

Apr = between 47 and 48

Mar = 47

Feb = 48

Jan = 50

Dec = between 47 and 48 (began chemo)

Nov = between 40 and 42

Oct = 29

Late Sept = 21

Early Sept = 16


From December 2019 I've been on Darzalex (Dartumumab), an IV chemo with Velcade (Bortezomib), a chemo injection + dexamethasone.


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Taken on May 24, 2020