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lulu1010's picture
Posts: 367
Joined: Feb 2011

Just finished 5 months of Doxil which did not work and then 6 treatments of Carbo for first recurrance. I am happy to report that my ca 125 is 11 and we are calling it a remission. Not doing a CT scan as they hardly ever show my disease. No bloodwork or doctor appts for 4 months! Dr told me to take a long trip and enjoy life. I am blessed for at least a while.

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2timothy1 7
Posts: 348
Joined: Jan 2012

CongratulationS!!!  enjoy NED!!

lovesanimals's picture
Posts: 1352
Joined: Sep 2011

I am so happy for you!  Follow your doctor's orders and take that long trip and enjoy life!


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Glad to be done
Posts: 568
Joined: Jul 2012

Fantastic News............ We celebrated with a party.  The morning I found out we texted all of our closest friends and family to let them know the news and tell them that we were havning pizza and stuff and to my surprise everyone came.  Go out to dinner.  Do something to celebrate.  Take  a deep breath and enjoy the next 4 months.


JulieL's picture
Posts: 141
Joined: Jan 2012

So very pleased for you.   A wonderful thing to be in remission.   Yes get out there and enjoy life, maybe do some little trips and plan the big one!   Most of all enjoy your loved ones and do all those things you wanted to but were unable to do while you were on chemo.   

Julie x

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Posts: 1322
Joined: Jun 2010

I am so happy for you.  I agree...go out and enjoy!



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