suddenly: new fears
Diane and my friend Tsungyi just had a discussion with the junior doctor who is in charge of me here on the ward. More data has come back and he isn’t happy with it. There is a “shadow” in one of my lungs and there is a “spot” on my liver. We don’t know what this means. The doctor doesn’t know what this means. There will be further tests on Friday. Something called a PET scan. It’s far more accurate than lung scans or ultrasounds.
A new gun is pointed to our heads and we are suddenly terrified. I write about it now, mainly because I can’t even begin to think about it.