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Thinking of you, Grady!

Forums General Melanoma Community Thinking of you, Grady!

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    NicOz
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      Now I know it's the wee small hours over there (and you'd better be getting some sleep!), but wanted to post quickly to say I'm thinking of you, and hoping with all I'm worth that your first WBR is as stress free and runs as smoothly as is possible for you…

      Now I know it's the wee small hours over there (and you'd better be getting some sleep!), but wanted to post quickly to say I'm thinking of you, and hoping with all I'm worth that your first WBR is as stress free and runs as smoothly as is possible for you… and the entire treatment runs along the same vein :) Take it easy, rest up when you can 'cos you're going to need it, and take some good music in case you get stuck 'just hanging aound' (bloody hospitals :P) Thanks for the lotto numbers (kinda…) and may those little [email protected] be zapped into an alternate universe.

      Take care,

      Nic xxx

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        Carole K
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          Hi Grady,

          Just wanted to wish you well. KNow I am here for you.. Hang tough… Sending you big hugs and lots of love.
          Love and Light
          Carole

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          Carole K
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            Hi Grady,

            Just wanted to wish you well. KNow I am here for you.. Hang tough… Sending you big hugs and lots of love.
            Love and Light
            Carole

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            glewis923
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              Thanks!….Yeah, sat there and did the mental image results thing – where my mind pictured all the little buggers writhing in radiated death throws……all balled up and dead as an armadillo on hot asphalt.  Hoping every cell lapped u the nuke.

              Everything went fine, no prob….just forgot my name and thought i was Elvis for 3 hours, which was quite enjoyable 'till i got home and shot the TV.  Really, no pain, only very slight headache, and still hungry and not tired at all.  It did feel wierd- like 1000 tanning bed lites beaming thru me at 15 second intervals, and kinda feel like i've been sunburned from inside out.  So far, so good !    9 more to go, piece-o-cake.

              Love, Grady.

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                lhaley
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                  Glad things went well today.  My oncologist tells me to imagine jet planes doing survailance and shooting down all of the mel cells. 

                  Thinking of you and sending cyber hugs,

                  Linda

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                  Vermont_Donna
                  Participant

                    Grady,

                    So glad things went well nd good to see you posting already! What an experience that must be, I got such a mental picture with your description. Wishing you continued success with each treatment.

                    Vermont_Donna, stage 3a

                    just finished 4th infusion of Ipi

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                    Carmon in NM
                    Participant

                      So good to hear you are doing well and staying positive! I'm thinking of you too and hoping for the most positive of outcomes!

                      Carmon in NM

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                      Carmon in NM
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                        So good to hear you are doing well and staying positive! I'm thinking of you too and hoping for the most positive of outcomes!

                        Carmon in NM

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                        Vermont_Donna
                        Participant

                          Grady,

                          So glad things went well nd good to see you posting already! What an experience that must be, I got such a mental picture with your description. Wishing you continued success with each treatment.

                          Vermont_Donna, stage 3a

                          just finished 4th infusion of Ipi

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                          lhaley
                          Participant

                            Glad things went well today.  My oncologist tells me to imagine jet planes doing survailance and shooting down all of the mel cells. 

                            Thinking of you and sending cyber hugs,

                            Linda

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                          glewis923
                          Participant

                            Thanks!….Yeah, sat there and did the mental image results thing – where my mind pictured all the little buggers writhing in radiated death throws……all balled up and dead as an armadillo on hot asphalt.  Hoping every cell lapped u the nuke.

                            Everything went fine, no prob….just forgot my name and thought i was Elvis for 3 hours, which was quite enjoyable 'till i got home and shot the TV.  Really, no pain, only very slight headache, and still hungry and not tired at all.  It did feel wierd- like 1000 tanning bed lites beaming thru me at 15 second intervals, and kinda feel like i've been sunburned from inside out.  So far, so good !    9 more to go, piece-o-cake.

                            Love, Grady.

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