The MRI revealed a few more tumors, which were probably there before, just on a microscopic level. The areas of the previous tumors are a little larger or inflamed. If they are inflamed, that means that the medicine is targeting the cancer cells, which would be good. If it is not inflammation, then that would mean the cancer is continuing to grow despite the medicine. The doctor said that based on Riley’s symptoms, and how his body is reacting to them, he is hopeful that it is inflammation.
Even though we can’t be 100% sure, we are remaining hopeful, and continuing with the current treatment.
“Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.” – Hebrews 11:1