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bingbing2009
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Joined: Feb 2011

I am 2 1/2 years post diagnosis and had an abdominal ultrasound and a chest xray Monday and got the results today. Great news--everything looks good--no sign of cancer. My oncologist had told me if everything was okay with these tests, there wouldn't be another CT scan until October, which means I am now getting CT scans yearly instead of every 6 months. I am so grateful for the clean scans thus far!

Melinda

Stage T3N1M0
DX October, 2009
IL Surgery February, 2010

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paul61
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Joined: Apr 2010

Melinda,

It is great to hear your tests all look good. I am so happy to hear your news. Time to celebrate and do something that you enjoy to reward yourself.

Great News!!!!!!!

Best Regards,

Paul Adams
McCormick, South Carolina

DX 10/22/2009 T2N1M0 Stage IIB
12/03/2009 Ivor Lewis
2/8 through 6/14/2010 Adjuvant Chemo Cisplatin, Epirubicin, 5 FU
Two year survivor

Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we are here we might as well dance!

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GerryS
Posts: 240
Joined: Aug 2010

Great news Melinda. Keep the good news coming!

Gerry

llamp0922
Posts: 40
Joined: Jul 2010

Melinda,

Congratulations on your great news! Good news from the onco team is a blessing! Two and a half years is a huge milestone! Thanks for sharing. Enjoy!

Peace, Love and Positive Thoughts!
Lisa

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stephikindred
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Joined: Mar 2012

Yay! Happy Dance! :)

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TerryV
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Joined: Jul 2011

Melinda,

I LOVE to read good news. Especially from someone, who like my husband, was diagnosed as a T3N1M0. Very encouraging :)

Celebrate your good news! And enjoy the less frequent scans.

{Hugs}

Terry

bingbing2009
Posts: 179
Joined: Feb 2011

My presurgery chemo was the same as your hubby--I had cisplatin and 5FU along with radiation. What kind of surgery did your hubby have, MIE, IL, or THE?

Melinda

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AngieD
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Joined: Sep 2011

I, too, love to read good news! Thanks for sharing. And big congratulations to you! Here's to continuing, great, less frequent scans!
Angie

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