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tcvine
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Hey, I just spent an hour writing a post in another thread (for Sue) and somehow it just disappeared. So this time I'm just going to start a new subject.

Hey Sue, I read that your last chemo went well and that today you are expecting your pred to take hold. So, how has it been today?

Just to let you know, after about 3 weeks, you will be surprised how much better you feel. It is a shame that you won't get your results by Christmas, but good results will BE Christmas this year (if you're like me).

Please let us know how this next few weeks goes for you, and, of course we will be praying that you do very well.

Connie and I drive to Houston tomorrow to prepare for the final testing on Friday. Then we'll go back down for our results meeting on Tuesday. At this point, I'm not worried. I already feel much better and have started exercising again. It's really bad how much stamina you lose during a few months of laying around, but that can be fixed.

Sorry I've been absent for a few days. Life goes on and we do get busy. But I'm going to try to catch up with everyone's posting as soon as possible.

Hope you have -- and everyone -- has a great weekend.
Tom (DLBCL-4-7/10)

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allmost60
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Joined: Jul 2010

Hi Tom,
I'm doing like usual with the pred..out of breath, shaky, and not much sleep. Oh well...3 more days and then I'll be done with it!!! I'm ok with waiting for the scan. I'm just going to take the next 5 weeks to rest and get strong again. I'll keep you in my prayers and think positive thoughts for good test results. I'm anxious for the new year and starting it in remission...how about you? I think the answer is "YES"! Be sure to let us know the results....maybe before Christmas!
Take care...Love, Sue (FNHL-2-3A-6/10)

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