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Life after ended 2 year of pegylated interferon –Stage 3a

Forums General Melanoma Community Life after ended 2 year of pegylated interferon –Stage 3a

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    gaby
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      Hello, I can not stop reading this forum. You were my company in the most difficult times

      Next week will be met one year since my husband ended two years of pegylated interferon. He ended the pegylated interferon  on 29 October  2014. He is stage 3a, thank God he's fine. He also is a survivor of kidney cancer at the same time that melanoma.

      In December He will be control SCAN, I hope that SCAN will be clean.

      Now we are fighting to  become parents.

      Regards

      Gaby

      Thank God for hearing my prayers.

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        Fen
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          So glad to hear things are going well, Gaby.  Hoping the scan will be clear and that you and your husband succeed in becoming parents.   Fen

          Fen
          Participant

            So glad to hear things are going well, Gaby.  Hoping the scan will be clear and that you and your husband succeed in becoming parents.   Fen

            Fen
            Participant

              So glad to hear things are going well, Gaby.  Hoping the scan will be clear and that you and your husband succeed in becoming parents.   Fen

              mrsaxde
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                I'm glad things are going well for your husband. I have to say that I admire anyone who has stayed on interferon that long! I tried one dose of Sylatron, figuring that I would try anything that could possibly help, but the first dose made me so sick that I decided to not continue.

                My best wishes for your husband, and good luck in starting your family!

                -Bill

                mrsaxde
                Participant

                  I'm glad things are going well for your husband. I have to say that I admire anyone who has stayed on interferon that long! I tried one dose of Sylatron, figuring that I would try anything that could possibly help, but the first dose made me so sick that I decided to not continue.

                  My best wishes for your husband, and good luck in starting your family!

                  -Bill

                  mrsaxde
                  Participant

                    I'm glad things are going well for your husband. I have to say that I admire anyone who has stayed on interferon that long! I tried one dose of Sylatron, figuring that I would try anything that could possibly help, but the first dose made me so sick that I decided to not continue.

                    My best wishes for your husband, and good luck in starting your family!

                    -Bill

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