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NikiMo
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Hi folks,

I don't post on here very often anymore, but I wanted to share good news. My husband Jeff was diagnosed with T2N1M0 in May of 2011, he had chemo concurrent radiation thru July of 2011 and an esophagectomy on September 6 2011. He just had his 14 month scan and all is clear. We hope and pray for many more clean scans ahead.

Keep your heads up and keep fighting.

Niki

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Amjosmom
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Joined: Jun 2012

Truly a blessing!! Praying for many more clear scans ahead!

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GerryS
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Joined: Aug 2010

The good news. My best to you and Jeff. I had the same stage, lets keep it up!

Gerry

BMGky
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Joined: May 2010

Wonderful news!!

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paul61
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Joined: Apr 2010

It is great to hear Jeff's good news!!! May there be many more clear scans!!

Best Regards,

Paul Adams,
McCormick, South Carolina

gugi1965
Posts: 16
Joined: Nov 2012

I am very new to all of this but congrats to those results. I too am always pleased when my husband's results come back stable with no spreading! I have to say the same thing ... keep fighting the good fight!

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Josie60
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Joined: Jul 2012

Always great to hear good news. Keep up the great progress

I'm praying for a better scan in a month or two after more chemo

Josie60
T3 now T4

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BobHaze
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Joined: Sep 2011

Hi Niki:

This is such great news for you and Jeff! I think we all go into these scans hopeful and with cautious optimism, but scanxiety is what it is and it’s such a huge relief to hear the doctor say things like, “No evidence of metastasis or local recurrence.” I had my 12 month post-op scan a month ago and got the same good news, so I think I know pretty much exactly how Jeff feels. And I think it’s good for the newbies to hear stories like ours so they can see that there is often hope when fighting the beast.

So Congrats to you and Jeff, and here’s hoping for many, many more clear scans.

FEC,
Bob
T1aN0M0
Dx 8/3/11
MIE 9/23/11

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Donna70
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Joined: Aug 2009

Hi Nikki,
So glad to hear your good news!!! way to go Jeff. boy after so much sadness and struggles, it is wonderful to hear of a good outcome. Hoping many more clear scans!!! take care,
Donna70

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AngieD
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Joined: Sep 2011

Niki, I've been wondering how you and Jeff were doing. It is so good to hear that all is great!!

Janet Runge
Posts: 37
Joined: Aug 2011

Niki so good to hear I know how you feel all relieved and happy
Charlies does not have another scan until February.
This somehow feels like a bad nightmare now
Let keep it up!
janet

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MissusB
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Joined: Jul 2011

Thanks for sharing!

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TerryV
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Niki,

I am SO HAPPY for you and Jeff! I know how difficult and scary this fight has been for you both. I am DELIGHTED that the news was good and pray for many, many more years of clean scans and NED results.

You are in my thoughts often.

Terry
PROUD wife to Nick, age 49

Macca_Loz
Posts: 21
Joined: Oct 2012

Niki that is wonderful news, what a great result, truly the best Xmas present ever for you both. My husband is up to 4 cycle of chemo next week (has to have total of 6) and will be rescanned to ensure treatment is having affect. Diagnosed Stage IV with liver mets in August this year. We are surviving on hope at the moment. please keep us in your prayers. I come to this forum each night and gain strength from the positive words that are posted.
Lorraine from Australia.

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tcaba
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Joined: Nov 2012

That is truly great news

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NikiMo
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Joined: Jul 2011

Thank you everyone for sharing our joy with us. We are so happy to see those who continue to fight on, and our hearts ache for those who have lost their loved ones. Take care of yourselves.

Niki

crystalbay
Posts: 39
Joined: Aug 2010

I'm 2.5 years out from the Ivor Lewis and just had my 6th. clean PET scan last week. I was also T2N1M0, but all traces of cancer were obliterated by chemo/radiation prior to my May 2012 surgery. Other than dwelling at a size zero, my health is perfect.

crystalbay
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Joined: Aug 2010

My surgery was in May of 2010, not 2012!

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