Not been on here in a while....

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so thought i'd drop in and say hi...

How is everyone doing? I hope all is well anyway. I will drop in from time to time but if anyone would like to say hi or ask me anything regarding my past diagnosis (or anything in general) please feel free to message me, as i get email alerts for my private messages so they will not go unread =)

well wishing you all a happy,healthy and prosperous xmas and new year.

much love and hugs,

Kay xxxx

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  • vinny59
    vinny59 Member Posts: 1,032
    hi!
    Hi Kay!, hope all is well!!!! Happy Holidays! Vinny
  • COBRA666
    COBRA666 Member Posts: 2,401 Member
    Doing great
    Kay,
    Nice to hear from you and hear all is well. So far so good here. Finished last treatment on Sept.28th 2010 and went into remission. It was a rough road but we have to do it to try to reach that remission goal. A lot of times I just sit and think of the people out there that will have to go thru this one day. They too will have to go down that rocky road. Not wishing that on anyone. I try to keep up on all the post and welcome new members. We get newbies all the time. Some stick with us and some don't. They are welcomed,but it is their choice. Quite a few of us have gone into remission and some are getting ready to shortly. After treatments are complete a lot of the members have to get back to some sort of normal life. Some go back to work and have less time to check in like they used to do. That is understandable. It is good they can get back to some kind of normal routine. Well that about wraps it up. Check back in every now and then. John(FNHL-1-4A-5/10) REMISSION
  • allmost60
    allmost60 Member Posts: 3,178
    Thank you Kay
    Hi Kay,
    Thank you for checking back in. This coming Tuesday(Dec.14th)I will finish my last round of chemo, and then the following week I'll have a CT scan to see if I'm in remission. June 16th/2010 I was diagnosed with Follicular NHL-stage3-grade2-typeA. I was put on the CVP-R chemo cocktail..(6 rounds) with a follow-up 2 year plan of Rituxan to be given once every 3 months. I am holding strong for a positive outcome and very much looking forward to getting back to a (new)normal routine. I plan to stay active with my new found family/friends here at CSN for many many years to come. I felt like I was on a sinking ship when I was first diagnosed. Finding this wonderful group of people gave me a life line of hope and support that I "could" and "would" make it through this awful cancer journey. I will be forever grateful for each and every person that reached out to me and gave me support. Take care Kay and keep coming back...in my opinion,we all owe it to those that have not yet begun this journey and to those that helped us. I hope you have a very "Mery Christmas" and a healthy happy prosperous "New Year"
    Love,Sue..(FNHL-2-3A-6/10)