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Scans 3months or 6months

Forums General Melanoma Community Scans 3months or 6months

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    Scooby123
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      Hi my friends just a quick question for those who had brain tumours. After treatment if been clear for 2 years or more did your scans change from 3 to 6 months. Been for check today had a brain tumour 2015 been ok since touch wood. My concultant decided to change my scans from 3 to 6months.
      Regards
      Scooby ❤
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        Julie in SoCal
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          Scooby,

          No one with brain mets has chimed in, so I will.

          I haven't had brain mets, but my doc has changed my scan sched after a year of NED scans  every 3 months to scans every 6.  Then eventually (after 2 years?) I went to every year. I saw it as a NED celebration.

          Hope this helps!

            Scooby123
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              Thank you for your reply. Having body scans every 3 month brain 6 months due to been NED in brain for 2 years.
              Wishing you NED forever xxx
              Scooby
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