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scuttlebug11
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testing starts next week monday and tuesday, then i see the onc again on september6 and the next day i have the cathater placed and admitted to the hospital to start the transplant i will have chemo for 4 days rest a couple of days and then get the new stem cells i havent found out yet what will be done about the platelets been so low, well anyway the onc said i will feel better after i recover from the transplant i won't feel like i used to but i will feel better and thats enough for me because i stay so tired, especially the last week. remember me in your prayers blessings denise

po18guy
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On your behalf. The best we can do is to place our trust in the Author of life, and in the physicians He has placed over you.

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vinny59
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Hey Denise, sending some positive vibes your way! Vinny

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jimwins
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Denise, you're in my thoughts and big
hugs and positive energy coming your way.

Jim

miss maggie
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Dear Denise,

Always remembering you. Do you know what kind of testing will be done?? Your
doctor's are moving ahead full speed now. Until September 6 rest if you are
tired. If you feel like it, see if you can do something special that brings
you joy. That's if you are able.

Sweetie, it's been a long journey. I am with you all the way. Love and hugs Maggie

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Max Former Hodg...
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Bless you, Scuttlebug,

The treatment you need to get rid of this mess is finally at hand.

max

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anliperez915
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Hi Denise,
I will be praying that everything goes well for you, and you finally reach remission!!!
Take care, sending positive thoughts your way. (((Hugs)))

Sincerely,
Liz

jump
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Joined: Aug 2012

I'm with you all the way. I was diagnosed with aggresive non hodgkins lymphoma and had 4 years of intense treatment. I've had so much chemo pumped into me and underwent 2 stem cell transplants. I am now 3 years out and doing pretty good. Hold your head up....you will make it

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scuttlebug11
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Joined: Jun 2011

did you have an akko or auto transplant

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allmost60
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Joined: Jul 2010

Hi Denise,
My thoughts and prayers are with you friend. Hopefully when all is done, you will feel so much better with more energy. We are here for you...Love....Sue
(FNHL-2-3A-6/10)

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