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Hi all, Warren Galinat here, Back from NIH

Forums General Melanoma Community Hi all, Warren Galinat here, Back from NIH

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    wgalinat
    Participant

    All scans were clean and for the first time since the intense radiation damage from the trial, my

    kidney "numbers" actually improved.  Yippie !   Now 10 years out from the primary, and 5 years

    out the NIH clinical trial.  Keep up the hope !  It works !  Not a hero, but a survivor !   Warren G

    All scans were clean and for the first time since the intense radiation damage from the trial, my

    kidney "numbers" actually improved.  Yippie !   Now 10 years out from the primary, and 5 years

    out the NIH clinical trial.  Keep up the hope !  It works !  Not a hero, but a survivor !   Warren G

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      sharmon
      Participant

      Hi and congradulations!  Can you teil those of us who don't know what trial you participated in at NIH?

      Thanks

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        wgalinat
        Participant

        Yes I can tell you some information about my trial.  It's easiest if you have a few monents to read my story

        I wrote about it.  If you google me, Warren Galinat, you will see "white brows", and click on it.  I have

        posted here in the past and try to do so every 6 months or so for the more recent people to this very

        helpful website.

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        wgalinat
        Participant

        Yes I can tell you some information about my trial.  It's easiest if you have a few monents to read my story

        I wrote about it.  If you google me, Warren Galinat, you will see "white brows", and click on it.  I have

        posted here in the past and try to do so every 6 months or so for the more recent people to this very

        helpful website.

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      sharmon
      Participant

      Hi and congradulations!  Can you teil those of us who don't know what trial you participated in at NIH?

      Thanks

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      nicoli
      Participant

      Thank you for posting. I am so inspired to keep fighting every time I hear of a long term survivor like yourself. 

      Nicki, Stage 3b, scalp

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      nicoli
      Participant

      Thank you for posting. I am so inspired to keep fighting every time I hear of a long term survivor like yourself. 

      Nicki, Stage 3b, scalp

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      dian in spokane
      Participant

      Hi Warren! It's always great to hear from you, thanks for checking in, and congratulations!

       

      For you others who are not familiar with Warren, you can read his remarkable story here: http://wgalinat.blogspot.com/

      congrats again Warren!

       

      dian in spokane

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      dian in spokane
      Participant

      Hi Warren! It's always great to hear from you, thanks for checking in, and congratulations!

       

      For you others who are not familiar with Warren, you can read his remarkable story here: http://wgalinat.blogspot.com/

      congrats again Warren!

       

      dian in spokane

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        wgalinat
        Participant

        Thanks "D".  Good to hear from you.  Hope is well by you !  Happy be-lated BUNNY day !!

        Warren

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        wgalinat
        Participant

        Thanks "D".  Good to hear from you.  Hope is well by you !  Happy be-lated BUNNY day !!

        Warren

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