With some cancers patients go through the various treatments and after x years of clean scans, they're labeled 'cancer free'. Chordoma is a sneaky bugger, which is why MRIs are scheduled every 3 months for a several years, then every 6 months, then annually. If there are ever any abnormalities, the medical team can jump on it.
Next Step: remove the chemo port, which is another simple procedure.
So how's Madi?! She's registered for college, classes start January 12th. She's putting on weight, regaining stamina, and growing noticeable fuzz/stubble on her noggin... eye brows too :-)