Hi, Billie. . .Every time I have any lab work or tests of any kind done, I make sure to get a hard copy of it before I go home. If the lab work isn't done by the time I leave, I call the cancer center to find out when the results are in, and then I go to pick up a copy. I've done the same recently for my EKGs. . I go to the hospital the next day and get a printout. I keep everything in a 3-ring, and I also keep my data on a spreadsheet on the computer, which makes it very easy to see trends.
If I were in your shoes, I would go to the cancer center. . .hopefully it's not too far away. . .and ask for copies of all of your tests from as far back as they have them. Most everything is done electronically now, so it should be very easy for them to print out your reports. You may want to call them ahead and let them know what you want, so they can pull the reports up and print copies for you.
Following the results and really knowing where you stand is very helpful in maintaining the right attitude, I think. It puts you in control of your decisions, rather than at the mercy of the disease and your doctor.
Good luck. Remember that all of your results belong to YOU, and that the doctor and the cancer center are working for you. You pay for their services. . .just look at your insurance EOB to see how much they make every time you visit them.