i just had to say that reading your situation sounds like a friend of mine. when he was a senior in high school they found a growth wrapped around his spinal chord that was cancerous. he had to have surgery to remove it and they told him he only had a fifty percent chance of walking again. after surgery (and physical therapy) he was walking just fine didn't need the help of a cane or walker or anything, no paralyzation. then he had to have chemo as well since it had spread everywhere. they told him not to plan on college and not to make any plans for the future b/c the doctors were certain he wasn't going to make it. he pretty much told them where they could shove it and continued to excel in all of his classes at home. he beat it and started college one semester later than he would have if he hadn't gotten sick. that was 6 years ago. he graduated from college with a masters and is now very successful, owns his own house, car and works as a computer programmer. he hasn't had a recurrance yet. if he could beat it, so can you. i know how terrifying it can be, especially the waiting and not knowing part. for me when i was waiting to find out that was the hardest part. at least after i found out i had cancer i felt a little better because then i could do something. if i may suggest you try to find something to take your mind off of the upcoming results if you can. i had a weekend getaway while i was waiting for my results. even though it was there in the back of my mind the entire time i was out of town, i wasn't sitting around at home just mulling over the possibilities. and if it does turn out that you have cancer, be VERY pro active in your treatment. a cancer survivor is someone who does NOT give up, we dont take no for an answer, and we DONT just let the doctors go to town on us. we find out everything we can about our illness and possible treatments, and we become part of the medical team along with our oncologist.
good luck, lots of hugs for you, and keep that chin up! no matter what happens, you WILL be ok!