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AACR CANCER PROGRESS REPORT 2011- 85 page report on how things are going.

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  • Kaleena
    Kaleena Member Posts: 2,059
    Thanks, Claudia!
    Thanks Claudia. The report was very informative to me. I am going to use it to fight my "new" insurance company to allow me to get a PET Scan. I was able to get PET scan with my old company, but this new company is wanting me to get a CT first. I also like the glossary in the back of the report which details all of the words which sometimes I get jumbled up in my small mind!

    By the way, I love the picture with your father. It brings back memories of my own.

    Kathy
  • california_artist
    california_artist Member Posts: 816
    Kaleena said:

    Thanks, Claudia!
    Thanks Claudia. The report was very informative to me. I am going to use it to fight my "new" insurance company to allow me to get a PET Scan. I was able to get PET scan with my old company, but this new company is wanting me to get a CT first. I also like the glossary in the back of the report which details all of the words which sometimes I get jumbled up in my small mind!

    By the way, I love the picture with your father. It brings back memories of my own.

    Kathy

    Kathy
    Thank you so much. I am so thrilled that you immediately found this useful. I try very hard to find things that will benefit those facing cancer and it gladdens my heart when I am successful.

    My heart is yours,

    Claudia

    My dad was the most wonderful man I ever knew. Each year for the last ten years of his life, he would buy computers and books, and just stock up his huge car with wonderous things, travel to one the poorest communities in Mexico, and do what he could do to help the people of the town. He was so loved. I miss him every single day. He was a sterling example of how to live ones life. His attitude has been passed down to me and then I passed that philosophy down to my children, and to the grand children. We are, after all, all in this together and need to love and support each other, even if it takes time and effort.

    I like to think of it as a global consciousnes-working for the benefit and well being of all.

    don't know where all that came from, ah, but you're welcome.

    Bet you'll think long and hard before thanking me again. sorry.
  • Rewriter
    Rewriter Member Posts: 493

    Kathy
    Thank you so much. I am so thrilled that you immediately found this useful. I try very hard to find things that will benefit those facing cancer and it gladdens my heart when I am successful.

    My heart is yours,

    Claudia

    My dad was the most wonderful man I ever knew. Each year for the last ten years of his life, he would buy computers and books, and just stock up his huge car with wonderous things, travel to one the poorest communities in Mexico, and do what he could do to help the people of the town. He was so loved. I miss him every single day. He was a sterling example of how to live ones life. His attitude has been passed down to me and then I passed that philosophy down to my children, and to the grand children. We are, after all, all in this together and need to love and support each other, even if it takes time and effort.

    I like to think of it as a global consciousnes-working for the benefit and well being of all.

    don't know where all that came from, ah, but you're welcome.

    Bet you'll think long and hard before thanking me again. sorry.

    Claudia
    What a wonderful philosophy, and I KNOW that you are carrying on your father's tradition of working for the benefit and well being of all of us here.


    Love you