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I’m VERY SORRY & Wrong re. B-raf trial.

Forums General Melanoma Community I’m VERY SORRY & Wrong re. B-raf trial.

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    glewis923
    Participant

    Dear Fellow Mellas:    I've called some more #'s and found that I am in grevious error in what i thought i heard from a head research person from a major cancer center.  I've been under stress and a little hard of hearing (too much Rock-n-Roll and drum playing).  I was wrong, wrong, wrong and should never have put up something of that importance unless i was 1000% true!

    Please accept my idiotcy.  

    Love to ALL-  Shady-Grady.

    Dear Fellow Mellas:    I've called some more #'s and found that I am in grevious error in what i thought i heard from a head research person from a major cancer center.  I've been under stress and a little hard of hearing (too much Rock-n-Roll and drum playing).  I was wrong, wrong, wrong and should never have put up something of that importance unless i was 1000% true!

    Please accept my idiotcy.  

    Love to ALL-  Shady-Grady.

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      lhaley
      Participant

      Can well understand all of the stress you are under.  Hope you get into a trial quickly!!

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      lhaley
      Participant

      Can well understand all of the stress you are under.  Hope you get into a trial quickly!!

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