Genes, Genes, Genes

(Title reference explained below)** On Monday I was at my endocrinologist’s office. No big news from my meeting with him. Everything’s good. Except he said “it’s good that you’re wearing a hat.” I assumed it was some middle-aged bald guy advice (NB: sunburned scalp is the most disgusting feeling known to humans), but it turns […]

Minimal news is good news

Everything’s going smoothly. I saw my oncologist last Thursday but was pushing some Monday deadlines, so I’m lateblogging this. My tumour marker is at 8, which is not a statistically significant difference from the 7 I registered six weeks ago before I left. I’m staying on 18mg Lenvima for the foreseeable future. I have no […]

Taking it on the road

Things are relatively stable here in Lenvimaville. After being “grounded” in Montreal from February through May, I finally got back on the road at the end of the month. First, I flew to Aarhus for a seminar at the Center for Sound Studies (BECAUSE OF COURSE THEY HAVE A CENTER FOR SOUND STUDIES) and then […]

7 is a lucky number/WTF is thyroglobulin and why is it a tumour marker/didn’t want to be “that guy” at the Broken Social Scene Show

Good news!  My tumour marker keep dropping.  It is down to 7.  That’s pretty amazing given where I started out.  It’s not the absolute numbers that matter, but the relative numbers that do.  If the numbers doubled in a short period, my doctors would be worried.  So that I’m down from 45 is a very […]