The above picture is of a scoring system that the Neuroblastoma doctors use after an MIBG scan to determine how much cancer is present in the body. The max score (worst) a patient can have is a 30. They divide the body into 10 segments (head segment 1, right/left forearms segment 7 etc.). Each segment is scored a 0-3.
0 = no evidence of disease
1 = distinct lesion
2 = 2 distinct lesions
3 = over 50% of the segment has cancer (lesions) present
Back when Logan relapsed in late July 2015 he was scored a 20 with cancer in most parts of his body. Yesterday after scans they scored him a 1! Basically 1 small lesion on his hip/femur area.
Logan’s doctor was ecstatic with the results!