So my CT/PET from yesterday has a second recurrence with a new 1.8 X 2.1 centimeter tumor on my transverse colon. It's the same place it formed last Feb. Also, the PET lit up and showed activity in my intestines although it's ambiguous. This means I've recurred twice within six and half months. VERY bad. The surgeon is meeting with his tumor board next week to decide what to do. I've requested at least the chance for a needle biopsy so i can do a functional profile assay test. It seems all of my proactive activity is useless, 40 supplements a day, Iscador, Metformin, aspirin. None of it seems to have made a difference although I don't know if it'd be worse if I didn't do those things. At a minimum, it means third line chemo, six plus cycles of something, as yet to be determined. I wonder how many lines of chemo are available? At what point do they say there are no more options? When do they say to get your affairs "in order?" It's GRIM and I know it. I feel fine, everyone says I look great, but the reality is now quite different. Will I make it to next year? Best to all.