The pathology report is in

Benign.

We can also send it to MD Anderson Cancer Center for ironclad confirmation but the results are, like, 99% conclusive.

Exhale.

Thanks, all. I’m going to bed.

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24 responses to “The pathology report is in

  1. WHOO HOOO YIPPEE!! BACKFLIP! HIVE FIVE!

  2. Yay! Glad to hear it…

  3. Exhale is an understatement. Hug your family and plan a yippee vacation!

  4. Suzanne Perron St. Paul

    Yeah!!!!!! Happy Tears are welling up! I can’t even imagine the relief.

  5. Whoo hoo!!!!! Congratulations.

  6. Yahoo! On to other things….

  7. Whoot, Whoot! Just thrilled for you all! Sleep?! Uh… a cocktail?

  8. yyyyyyyyyyyYYYYYYYYYyyyyYYyyYYYYyayyaayayyayayayayayaayayayayyyYYYAYAYAYAYYAYAAYYAYAY!!!!!

  9. Sleep and recover. I bet you have a lot of celebrating to look forward to this Christmas. I was very happy to hear everything is ok.

  10. Congratulations! I’ll bet the news gave you a huge sigh of relief, even if you had to hug the pillow pet to do it! Hugs!!

  11. Congratulations, Michele!!!!!!

  12. Yay! Happy Christmas Dance! Sleep well. You deserve it!

  13. Passing out with relief.
    Will do the Snoopy dance when I wake up.

  14. So happy and relieved for you!!!! Sweet dreams.

  15. I’m so happy for you and your family. This may not be a popular comment here, but I hope and pray that you stay out of the operating room for a long, long time. In comparison to your life, boobs are just not important!!!!! Rest well. It’s been a long few weeks.

  16. And how could that ever be bad news Yay!!!!!!!

    (PS: Claudia: Pray if you want to: it certainly can’t hurt, and it shows that you care. What could be bad about either of those?)

  17. Thrilled to hear the news….you deserve a big glass of vino after everything you’ve been through. I’ll have one for you…just to show my support!

  18. Hello ODNT — so glad I finally visited your site. First let me say I’m so happy to hear your mass was benign. I had a lump in my breast last month that turned out to be a cyst. The doc stuck a needle in, drained out some truly disgusting brown liquid and I was on with my life. Obviously your experience has been far more harrowing. All healing energy coming your way. xo

  19. I can’t tell you how happy and relieved I am to hear the good news. As I mentioned to Dave, now we can get back to talking about breasts. Talking about lungs makes me very uncomfortable.

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