Bad news I'm afraid. When I was operated on in January the consultant said he had seen a "spot" on my liver that didn't look like any secondary he'd seen (the CT scan had also been completely clear). He said that he'd be negligent if he didn't have it investigated further. Had the MRI scan three weeks ago and went for the results today. Apparently I do have secondaries in my liver although they are too small to be effectively measured. The scans have to be passed on to St James Hospital in Leeds where they'll see if they can do surgery to remove them. If they can't then a different form of chemo will be tried which will "buy time" rather than cure me. The oncologist in Halifax has now stopped the chemo for the bowel cancer in case I have to have further surgery. I am finding this hard to take in. My blood tests show my liver is functioning well, I have no symptoms of liver disease (unlike the bowel cancer where I'd had symptoms for some time) & I actually feel better than I have in years. This all feels so unreal. How much more can happen to me?