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Hello from the NIH

Forums General Melanoma Community Hello from the NIH

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    himynameiskevin
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    It's been a month since I last posted an update and I've got a few hours until my scans, so I figured I'd say hello from the library here at the NIH. Not much has changed since my last post, I've been working a lot, going on bike rides a few times a week, and I actually went skydiving for the first time a couple weeks ago. It was pretty fun. And that's about it. As far as the medical stuff goes, I'm back here for my 2nd monthly-scans; CT scans in a couple hours and an MRI tonight.

    It's been a month since I last posted an update and I've got a few hours until my scans, so I figured I'd say hello from the library here at the NIH. Not much has changed since my last post, I've been working a lot, going on bike rides a few times a week, and I actually went skydiving for the first time a couple weeks ago. It was pretty fun. And that's about it. As far as the medical stuff goes, I'm back here for my 2nd monthly-scans; CT scans in a couple hours and an MRI tonight. I'll talk to the doctors tomorrow and see what the have to say. Hopefully the scans show something that results in good news. If so, I'll be sure post it here. Well, I hope you're all doing good and staying postive. I'll talk to you soon.

    -Kevin

     

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      jag
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      Good Luck Kevin!

      (and thanks for the update)

      will say a prayer for you.

      John 

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      jag
      Participant

      Good Luck Kevin!

      (and thanks for the update)

      will say a prayer for you.

      John 

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      King
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      Kevin,

       

      Thanks for the update.  Happy to hear that you are busy living life when you're not at NIH.  Wishing you luck on today's scans.  I'm expecting to read a good news post soon.

       

      Stay Strong
      King

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      King
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      Kevin,

       

      Thanks for the update.  Happy to hear that you are busy living life when you're not at NIH.  Wishing you luck on today's scans.  I'm expecting to read a good news post soon.

       

      Stay Strong
      King

      Stage IV 7/05 Liver mets

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      Rebecca and Bob
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      Kevin,

       

      We know how stressful waiting can be. Sending you prayers that everything is disappearing.

       

      Rebecca

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        Laurie from maine
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        kevin,

        wow sky diving that must have been something! good for you!

        thanks for posting I have been hoping you would update so we would know how you were doing.  Let us know how you make out on your scans.

        laurie from maine

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        Laurie from maine
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        kevin,

        wow sky diving that must have been something! good for you!

        thanks for posting I have been hoping you would update so we would know how you were doing.  Let us know how you make out on your scans.

        laurie from maine

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      Rebecca and Bob
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      Kevin,

       

      We know how stressful waiting can be. Sending you prayers that everything is disappearing.

       

      Rebecca

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