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NED 2 years – stage 4

Forums General Melanoma Community NED 2 years – stage 4

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      Just wanted to update on my progress. I am NED for the last 2 years after finding melanoma in my gallbladder and groin lymph node. Had both Optivo for 7 months and BRAF inhibitors Baftovi and Mektovi for 8 months.

      I appreciate this forum and wish everyone on here to gain the strength to fight this disease. Some of the things I credit in my fight (besides doctors and treatments) is constant exercise, all the healthy food I continued to eat, raising my vitamin D levels and monitoring (as I was deficient at diagnosis) and practicing strict sleep hygiene.

      Best wishes to everyone and let’s keep fighting and supporting more research for this disease.

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          Congrats! Enjoy!!! – celeste
            Great news Affinity! I wish you the best going forward too!!!
              Excellent! Congratulations
                I rarely go on this forum anymore, as I’ve been stage 4 NED for fourteen years. Big congrats to you on your NED-iversary! Know there are many long term stage 4 survivors out there!
                  Wonderful. I love happy reports!
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