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        Thank you, Celeste, for the info here! And for yelling about biomarkers. And wizard balls. I know I'm getting very good care, and yet, it still feels like a gamble. Much appreciate you shedding light and hope your recovery is going well.

        ed williams

          Hi Celeste, thanks for the links!!!!


            Thanks Celeste

            Thanks very much!



              I just got caught up on you in between scans here at MDA…OMG you ARE A WARRIOR! I sincerely hope and pray that you are feeling better. I know this thread is for something different but I feel like such a lamo realizing how long ago you posted about the gaum and wanted to make sure you knew I was thinking about you. I already knew you were a tough cookie, but this is a whole new level of warrior tough! I threw out the hashtag #mikestrong a while back, but I think its time for #bubbles-strong too!! You and others here never cease to amaze me and embody the spirit of the warrior all the time. Stay strong my warrior sister!



                Always searching….thank you Celeste! Prayers your way always. 


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