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Marynb
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Joined: Aug 2012

Well, i just realized that yesterday was the 2 year anniversary of my last day of treatment for this cancer! In many ways it seems like another lifetime ago, in some ways, yesterday. Still, it is something to celebrate. At least there is no evidence of this cancer. Because I still have another cancer, it doesn't feel like such a victory. I am not NED of all cancer. But, hey, one down! I'll take it! Yay!

qv62
Posts: 245
Joined: Nov 2012

I am tinking only good things for you, prayers in route ! One down one to go, half way there

Marynb
Posts: 1134
Joined: Aug 2012

Thank you. Prayers are so appreciated!

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mp327
Posts: 2848
Joined: Jan 2010

Well, despite the fact that this is perhaps a half-victory for you, I still think it's something to celebrate and I send my heartfelt congratulations!  My end of treatment date is the day I celebrate my anniversaries too and that has been a very special date for me for the last few years now.  For you, one cancer gone means focusing on taking care of any issues related to your other cancer and remaining hopeful that a successful treatment or even a cure will be found.  We can all hope!

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