Alas, either those detectors do not, in fact, detect any radiation activity, or the amount of the tracer in my system had diminished enough so as to be undetectable. Either way, I was disappointed when I sailed through security and on to my gate. Oh well; maybe next time.
In other news, Cancer-Free!!
Still. No tumor, blood counts are all normal, no questionable levels of anything in my system. I was officially taken off of all cancer-related medications, which is so weird, but such a relief. After two and a half years of so many pills, so many things to remember, I can finally start fully cleansing my system of all those chemicals. From here on out, I get a PET scan every six months for the next two years, then once a year until 2013, which will be the five-year mark of treatment completion. Blood work is thrown in there every once in a while, but I can have that done anywhere. I'll be sticking with Dana-Farber and my doctor in Boston, at least for the time being. I figure since everything else in my life is so up in the air, it is just easier to know I have to be in Boston every six months, instead of moving All of my records and such to someone new every time I move around.
So that's it for now. Check back tomorrow or in a few days because I have an important and Long-overdue update on something very exciting. Hooray! Okay, peace.