Hi Cancer Grace team, I hope this finds you well.
I'm back for your guidance - this time with my mom's latest PET CT which shows "widespread osteoblastic metastatic PET avid disease within the axial skeleton as well as more extensively within the iliac bilaterally, sacrum and coccyx, and the right humeral head and interochanteric region."
For background, my mom (NSCLC, Stage 4 since 2014) most recently received 2 cycles of Alimta + Tecentriq, followed by 3 cycles of Tecentriq alone. Fortunately, she is in no pain and traveling internationally even with this clearly worsening disease. Her weight unfortunately has dropped from 148 to about 140 lbs over the last few months.
We are meeting with her oncologist tomorrow. As she is ROS 1 positive, we may be looking into targeted therapies as well as doing tests (X-ray, MRI, etc.) specifically for the bone mets to determine next steps. I could really use your help to navigate this latest situation.