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Oli Grade III

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Posts: 145
Joined: Feb 2012

Just had another MRI, clean bill of health for another 3 months, but actually both Oncologist, said
that it could be 10, 20 or even 30 years before recurrance. I am totally of all medication, have
no side effects, working full time, and back to normal. Was told, that I had excellent surgeons,
treatment plan and great care, to get me where I am today. Singing praises to John Hopkins, Mayo, and Roger Maris Cancer Center- for being up on latest treatments.

Though I am not completely free of doctors and MRI's, I still need to be watch every 3 months for the first 2 years, then every 6 months for 3 years and then once a year after that.

I want to Thank all the supporters on this site, along with wishing others the same good fortune
that I have been blessed with.


Posts: 3
Joined: Jan 2012

So happy for you, Benjamin!

I had my surgery three years ago to remove an Oli Grade III. I had the tumor removed at Cleveland Clinic in Weston, followed by radiation and Temodar. So far no recurrence. I am working full-time as well.

Isn't life grand!


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