Hi David, very glad to hear that your biopsy came back negative, but it sounds like you are waiting for the other shoe to drop sometime in the future. In the last 9 years, I've had two different cancers. So, I've been looking into why I've been getting cancer to see if I can do something to prevent the next one. It seems sometimes that our bodies are like time bombs waiting to go off. My cancers are "not related", but what I'm beginning to realize is that all cancers are formed in pretty much the same way, damage to the DNA in our cells. I read a book recently by David Sinclair on aging called Lifespan. He talks about what happens to our cells as we age and there is a direct correlation to the formation of cancers. Consequently, as we age we are more likely to get cancer. He
discusses what we can do to make our cells healthier and subsequently less likely to be cancerous. He has a website at http://www.lifespanbook.com, if you want to see what he has to say.
I've discussed with my GP some of what he identifies as remedies for aging cells, and he concurred that recent research backs what he has to say. The two my GP supported was intermittent fasting and intense exercise for short periods of time (spurts of 20 to 90 seconds of intense exercise). Sinclair talks about some supplements but I'm not ready to try them yet until I know more. However, Resveratrol, found in red wine, is one of the supplements. So a glass or two of a good pinot or merlot might help keep you younger. Actually, the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State U has information on how Resveratrol helps prevent cancer at the cellular level.
So, I've decided I can wait until the next shoe drops or try to do somethings that might prevent it from happening. You might try it.