Had my weekly visit with the oncologist today and the news (all things considering) was good. After my week in hospital where it was discovered that my bile duct was closed and causing all sorts of problems (including causing all the blood markers to sky rocket), everything is now returning back down to normal. There's still a couple of markers that are high, but they are much lower than what they were a week ago. The oncologist seemed very happy with things and, despite me losing roughly 2 kg's, seemed to think that things were progressing well, or as well as they can be when you have stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Keeping my fingers crossed, and still staying positive, that things will settle and become stable so that the time ahead is me is going to be as long as is possible and beat the statistics. Take care everyone, Tim
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Looking forward to your next blog Tim....go forth and (fill in the blank) what ever you desire. Jules
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Hi Tim, Seems like you've been through a lot just lately, it's good that you were home for Christmas, hope you get to enjoy some of the Jan holidays with your family, doing things you enjoy. Stay positive. Sam
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Hi Tim That is really good to hear. A bit of good news goes a long way in this area. Cheers Sailor As we sail thru life, don't avoid rough waters, sail on because calm waters won't make a skillful sailor. Anonymous
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Thanks everyone. Wishing you well with your individual journeys and hoping that things go as well as possible for you all. Take care, Tim
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The positives allow us to keep on going. Good to hear. take care. S
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