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Hi Shelby! Its me Melanoma Mike, im back as you probably could tell (you see aaalll!:) ) i feel good now, that surgery was Needed BIG TIME!..
Quick question, what does our NorthEastern American Cancer brothers & sisters (or caregivers) have that us West Coasters dont have? Haha…just curious, maybe its the THICK accent thats needed who knows…
Love ya sis, keep up the good works over there at basecamp MRF, God only knows you all are the unsung heros of the “behind the scenes” of our foundation…
Your pal, Melanoma Mike
Hi Melanoma Mike! I’m so sorry I’m only just now seeing this message! Gah! Well, I’m hoping you’ll be pleased to know that the NE spot was just one of several locations the OncoSec team is working on! Timing-wise, it was just the first! I’m getting ready to post a new opportunities post on MPIP that highlights all the cities and another industry partner’s (virtual) advisory board opportunity!
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