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    That's awesome news Don. So happy for you.

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    Happy news Don glad to hear it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veep View Post
    Happy news Don glad to hear it.
    Any luck with the job search Stephen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbycrts View Post
    Eff Chick-Fil-A. I don't usually jump on boycotts - but that damn place will never see a penny of my money.
    Me too. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by mailman View Post
    He wouldn't use the word "remission", yet. I'm only 31 days past my receipt of the modified t-cells. If I continue to do this well until day 90, then he'll be ready to declare remission....
    Don, this is wonderful news! May I copy and post your explanation on the UWC FB page? Peeps wanna hear this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulelerob View Post
    I took Shirley to the eye Dr. this morning. She has a tear in the retina in her right eye. Specialist appointment at 1:45.

    To be continued.
    Itís the PoHo thread, where the MoJo never ends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbycrts View Post
    Sunday meal after church was dinner, then we had supper in the evening (often pancakes while we watched Wild Kingdom or the Wonderful World of Disney).
    Ahhhh Sunday nights were always good with World of Disney or Wild Kingdom


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    Quote Originally Posted by salukulady View Post
    Didnít that just happen to Padreí?
    Nope. My spiritual sight is impaired these days but my visionís pretty good. Mrs Pere had retinal issues and cataract surgery before we moved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mailman View Post
    So, today was our meeting with the oncologist in Tampa to hear the results of my latest scans.

    Best. Freakin'. News. EVER!!! He said I have had a "complete response" to the t-cell replacement therapy. I pressed him to define complete response, and he told us that I no longer have any detectable sign of the disease. Done. Gone. Not to be seen.

    He showed us images of my last scan next to images of the previous one. The difference is like night and day. All of the cancer appears to be gone, leaving behind only benign scar tissue, which may disappear over time.

    He also told us that the lymphoma had invaded my liver, which we had not heard before. He also said, for the first time, that had I not gotten into this t-cell program when I did, the cancer would have killed me within a few months.

    Today may very well be one of the happiest days of my life....
    Congrats Don!! So glad it worked out and this is the besrt news of the day. This gets

    KFPOTY!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mailman View Post
    So, today was our meeting with the oncologist in Tampa to hear the results of my latest scans.

    Best. Freakin'. News. EVER!!! He said I have had a "complete response" to the t-cell replacement therapy. I pressed him to define complete response, and he told us that I no longer have any detectable sign of the disease. Done. Gone. Not to be seen.

    He showed us images of my last scan next to images of the previous one. The difference is like night and day. All of the cancer appears to be gone, leaving behind only benign scar tissue, which may disappear over time.

    He also told us that the lymphoma had invaded my liver, which we had not heard before. He also said, for the first time, that had I not gotten into this t-cell program when I did, the cancer would have killed me within a few months.

    Today may very well be one of the happiest days of my life....
    I have something in my eye.

    Goes to show, you don’t mess with the PoHoMoJo.

    What Kenvin said. Mine too.
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    Why me?
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