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Re: Do People Survive This?

Forums Cutaneous Melanoma Community Do People Survive This? Re: Do People Survive This?

    Laurie from maine
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      Hi Monica,

      It is scary and especially at first when you are dealing with your unknown results and reading all there is out there.

      I just had my scans done and I am still cancer free(NED) for  1 1/2 years.  I had tumor removed from right groin lymph nodes with escapsular spread.  Did surgery, radiation and 6 months of interferon.  I feel great now and as time passes I find melanoma is moving to the back of my brain and not the first thing I think of all the time. 

      good luck, let us know what you find out.

      laurie from maine

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