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2 years NED!!!!

Gulamin
Posts: 132
Joined: Dec 2010

I have not been on this board for a little while. I still get my PET scan every 6 months and see my surgeon every 4 months for follow up. My last PET scan has been CLEAN!! NED!! It has been 2 years. I still get so nervous before the scan and think I feel something here or there. The mind is a powerful thing. I have changed my life and work now part time enjoying my now 4 year old son. I eat no processed foods, only organic fruits and vegetables, have a waterfilter in my house that filters all of our kitchen water, eat limited sugar (though still love my glass of wine on occassion), see my acupuncturist and herbalist for supplements, drink my shake in the morning to keep me regular (jogurt, flax seeds, berries, protein/mushroom supplement). Next on the list is the juicer and strength training. I have no side effects from the treatment. I feel blessed and want to send this message to all of you have are now going through the treatment. This site has helped me so much during and after treatment. And still now I think of all of you often.

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mp327
Posts: 2855
Joined: Jan 2010

2 years NED is a very important milestone! I'm so very happy for you and I hope you'll have NED in your life forever!

Phoebesnow
Posts: 447
Joined: Apr 2011

I hope to hear the same good news on Dec 5th. My tx ended Dec 8, 2010.

Enjoy the holiday season and keep up the good work.

AZANNIE
Posts: 372
Joined: Mar 2011

Congrats on being 2 years NED! Great news!

Ann

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lizdeli
Posts: 521
Joined: Jul 2009

So happy for you! What an important milestone. Wishing you continued NED reports! Congratulations! Celebrate doing something that you really enjoy!
Liz

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