Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Well, I've been through a couple of cycles of chemo and I had a CAT scan last week. The good news is I'm still here. The scan showed that the lesions in my liver are still the same and haven't changed. The mass in my lungs had gotten smaller. The lymph node was half it's previous size. And the lesion in my brain had gotten smaller. I'm starting on a new cycle of chemo next week.

I got a call from the doctor and they want me to have a procedure with a cyber knife. I have to have an MRI and CAT scan this week because they want to do the procedure sometime next week and it's a 3 day process. What it actually does is pinpoint the lesion in my brain and they shoot concentrated radioactivity into the lesion from different angles.

I have a lot of shaking in my arms and sometimes in my legs and the doctors feels this will help with those problems.

I have no prognosis. My doctor's not into that. So I guess I'm here til God says otherwise.

The good news also is that I've lost 30 pounds and am looking pretty damn fine...if ya like bald women. LOL

I want to thank you all again for your prayers and support. I am keeping the faith in knowing that God will take care of me.


Carrie said...

Donna, we're praying for you. I hope you're feeling better soon, and you have our best wishes. Thank you for keeping the blog updated.

Pam, VA said...


Your in my prayers and I hope the procedure stops the shaking for you. I've heard good things about it. Keep up the faith.

Anonymous said...

Donna, I miss you a lot. I pray for a good recovery and I think of you often.

Todd Kay

Anonymous said...

Hey Donna!

It was so nice to read this blog and get some information. I have been asking Todd about you and you are in our daily prayers. Keep up your strenght and I see your humor is still on track! Love you and BALD WOMEN ROCK!!!!!!
Take care!
Linda Kay

Robert said...

Hi Donna,

Thanks for updating your blog. We are out here thinking and praying for you.

Anonymous said...

Love, Maria

Anonymous said...

You are one amazing woman, Donna. Praying for you. Love you.

Pam, va said...


I was thinking about you today and want you to know you are still in our thoughts and prayers.