Update - January 11, 2013

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Good news and bad news. Hannah's scans came back cancer free to the naked eye. But as they zoomed in on machines to have a really good look and found 2 small hot spots; one being in the lung and one attached to the heart. They do believe chemo will kill those hot spots but radiation has to happen anyways. The only problem is that now, having found those hot spots, they now have to do more radiation than expected and most likely radiate her heart. We all know the horrible side effects of this.

Surgery doesn't look like a possibility because its just to close to heart. Hannah's case gets presented next Thursday at the Tumor board and they will discuss what the next step will be. We were hoping for better news then this but of course will accept it if she is to be cancer free.

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