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Results of My Treatments

May 26, 2014

Tomorrow we go in to find out if my previous chemo and radiation treatments are working as they should. Though six more months of chemo is guaranteed, I’m really hoping for no more radiation for a long time!

(RT Visual tour!)

So much radiation that the size of the lead vest it would take to protect the rest of my body would crush me.

Creates so much radiation that the size of the lead vest it would take to protect the rest of my body would crush me. Which would be a bit counterproductive.

Comfy in my "pillow."

Comfy in my “pillow.”

Caging my face in to keep me from wiggling around while they're shooting my brain.

Caging my face in to keep me from wiggling around while they’re shooting my brain.

Il machina!

BZZZZT!!!

Where big brother keeps an eye on me.

Where big brother keeps an eye on me.

Angry cuz I got a waffleface...

Angry cuz I got a waffleface…

My Very Important Cancer Patient (VICP) card. Hopefully everything worked as planned and I won't need this again for a while.

My Very Important Cancer Patient (VICP) card. Hopefully everything worked as planned and I won’t need this again for a while.

 

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2 comments

  1. Reblogged this on That Space There.


  2. Hang in there, Waffleface!



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