All of her labs/blood work looked fine, and the urine marker tests used for early detection of a relapse showed no cause for alarm heading into the 2 big scans this week.
The MIBG scan showed no evidence of disease and was marked as a "Curie Score" of zero, which is the best possible score for that test.
Caroline’s CT scan looked ok overall, except for one new “non-specific” 6mm spot in her liver. The radiologist and her oncology team think it's most likely a non-cancerous Hemangioma, which is defined as:
The plan to address this new development is to image the area again with another CT scan in 6 weeks, just to make sure it’s nothing more, or getting bigger, changing shape, etc. We will update the blog again after that scan.
All The Best,
The Lantz Family