Well it had to happen eventually. After 4 years, I have the first significant recurrence of the cancer.
Well, recurrence may be the wrong word. One of the dots that was left on my lung has grown in the last few months. It's not large, only 1cm, but needs dealing with.
So, I'll be going into hospital for Radio Frequency Ablation on 24 May.
For those of you who believe in fate that's exactly 4 years to the day since my diagnosis. It's also maintaining my 'every other May' trend!
May 2013 – cancer diagnosis
May 2015 – hit by flying Porsche
May 2017 – cancer recurrence.
Next year I'll be bulletproof!!
My oncologist reassures me that this is a small procedure and the I'll be in hospital for only 1 or 2 nights. I'd be really keen to hear of any experience the forum has with lung ablation and if there are any tips that can help.