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May 10, 2018
As some of you will recall, four years ago, near Christmas, doctors discovered that I had a sarcoma tumor in my pulmonary artery. The tumor was removed, seemingly quite successfully, via open-heart surgery. That was followed up by twelve rounds of chemotherapy. Since then, until February 1, all my CT scans were clear of cancer.
But now the cancer is back. On February 1, I had a scan that revealed a new tumor located in the pulmonary artery, although not in exactly the same spot as before. The scan also showed an enlarged lymph node or two.