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Hi everyone,
I have good news!! The Oncology Doctor told me that I can now consider myself in remision....YEAAAAA!!
Now just to deal with all the side effects...like tiredness, arm swelling ...ect. But you know what? I can handle all that cause that will all come in due time and be better soon. I am throug the worst of it. You all take care now and God bless you all.
Many hugs Leanne

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So glad for your good news after ' the long haul'. Enjoy some relaxing days now and good luck. Jean

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Joined: Mar 2001

That is wonderful! I am so happy for you.

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Joined: Oct 2000

I am so happy for you that words cannot even begin to describe. I have wanted to hear those words about myself for the past year, but I know now that that will never happen. I can only keep the tumours from growing and keep smiling! You have won such a huge battle, you should be very proud of yourself!! Now you can go on to continue to help others, you will be a real inspiration.
hugs from Tiger

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Its so wonderful to hear good news from two sisters First Lucy & now Leanne. Like Tiger I know I will never get that news & also like her can only hope to keep the ***** at bay but posts like yours & Lucy's brighten my day & give me hope & new strength. I pray the remission continues for as many years as mine did or even longer. Lots of Love. Pam

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Joined: Nov 2000

Hi Leanne, WOW lots of good news here lately for everyone. Congratulations to you. I am so happy for you. I also got a good check-up at the Oncologist yesterday. I have been on the Tamoxifen for 3 months & had to have lab work done on all that. Everything is going well. Good for all of us. Have a great day. Judy

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Joined: Nov 2000

Hi Leanne - I am also so very glad to hear your good news - words we all want to hear.
It will take a while to get over the side effects and I wonder if we ever really get over all of them. Just be good to yourself and don't overdo it. I hope the swelling in your arm is not lymphodema - because that is a hard thing to deal with, I understand.
God Bless you - Lucy

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