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Re: [MOL] Marty



Marty,
Have a great vacation. Will miss you while you are gone.
Christine

At 02:42 AM 28/10/98 -0800, you wrote:
>Dear Kathy,
>
>Well, we live near Anaheim, California, land of all the mickey and
>minnie mice and mighty ducks. Yes, it is like a zoo here at times, but
>that is the little boy in me. I'll bet Idaho is beautiful. Great people
>from that neck of the woods. Thanks for all the contributions to this
>discussion group. See you in about 3 weeks. Going a  vacation, cancer
>free days we call them.
>
>God Bless and speak with you all upon our return.
>marty and Barb
>
>> kcorrigan@chgw.com wrote:
>> 
>> Marty:  My weekend was fine, thanks.  Saw family and spent some time
>> with good friends.  Also spent some time on line reading MOL
>> messages.  Kathy in Boise  P.S.  It would be neat if everyone told
>> where they're from, wouldn't it?  I'm so curious about other places.
>> 
>>      -----Original Message-----
>>      From:   Martin Auslander [SMTP:fitecancer@earthlink.net]
>>      Sent:   Sunday, October 25, 1998 9:36 PM
>>      To:     Medical On Line Forum
>>      Subject:        [MOL] For Kathy in Boise
>> 
>>      DEar Kathy in Boise (that sounds so poetic), like sleepless in
>>      'Seattle.
>> 
>>      Well anyway, thanks for your message. HOpe your weekend was as
>>      special
>> 
>>      as it has been with us. We view each day as a cancer free day and
>>      seek
>> 
>>      it as the joys and blessings of life. Sometimes that happens and
>> 
>>      sometimes that doesnt, but the planning is great and the rewards
>>      when
>> 
>>      that does happen is even better. So hope your weekend was
>>      special.
>> 
>>      God Bless
>> 
>>      marty
>> 
>>      jerry corrigan wrote:
>> 
>>      >
>> 
>>      > Good morning, Marty.  So nice to hear from you on a lovely
>>      Saturday morning.
>> 
>>      > Good morning everyone, come to think of it!  I feel good today,
>>      Norman is
>> 
>>      > fine (sleeping at my feet) and Jerry (spousal unit) is fixing
>>      breakfast.
>> 
>>      > We're going shopping later and then meeting my daughter and her
>>      fiance' for
>> 
>>      > dinner.  Should be a nice day.  Love you all -- Kathy in Boise
>> 
>>      > -----Original Message-----
>> 
>>      > From: Martin Auslander <fitecancer@earthlink.net>
>> 
>>      > To: Medical On Line Forum <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
>> 
>>      > Date: Saturday, October 24, 1998 6:27 AM
>> 
>>      > Subject: [MOL] New technique may save leukemia patients
>> 
>>      >
>> 
>>      > >Another Message for you this beautiful Sat morning. Have a
>>      great day and
>> 
>>      > >hope the following information is very positive to you and
>>      those that
>> 
>>      > >are seeking ways and means to overcome this disease.
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >God Bless
>> 
>>      > >marty auslander
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >BOSTON (UPI) - A groundbreaking new technique will help save
>> 
>>      > >people dying of leukemia who cannot find an ideal donor for a
>> 
>>      > >bone marrow transplant, say researchers.
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >http://www.intelihealth.com/enews?199920
>> 
>>      > >_
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >Cord blood transplants have 50% success rate
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >NEW YORK (Reuters) -- In about 50% of cases, umbilical cord
>>      blood
>> 
>>      > >transplants have restored immunity in children who had
>>      hereditary
>> 
>>      > >bone marrow abnormalities that impaired their immunity or
>>      whose
>> 
>>      > >bone marrow was destroyed by cancer treatment, according to
>>      Dr.
>> 
>>      > >Joanne Kurtzberg, a pioneer in the recently developed
>>      procedure.
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >http://www.intelihealth.com/enews?199875
>> 
>>      > >_
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >FDA expands prescribed aspirin uses
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >NEW YORK (Reuters) -- The US Food and Drug Administration
>>      (FDA)
>> 
>>      > >announced substantial expansions to the recommended prescribed
>> 
>>      > >uses of aspirin on Wednesday.
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >http://www.intelihealth.com/enews?199876
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >------------------------------
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >Date:    Fri, 23 Oct 1998 17:18:51 -0400
>> 
>>      > >From:    Robert Tollen <mensabrain@IBM.NET>
>> 
>>      > >Subject: Class I HLA matching,
>> 
>>      > >         myeloablation enhance stem cell transplant success
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >Class I HLA matching, myeloablation enhance stem cell
>>      transplant
>> 
>>      > >success
>> 
>>      > >
>> 
>>      > >WESTPORT Oct 22 (Reuters) - Even if bone marrow donors are
>> 
>>      > >matched to recipients for HLA-A, B and DR antigens, genomic
>> 
>>      > >typing of class I HLA alleles can substantially increase
>> 
>>      > >transplantation success, according to a report in the October
>> 
>>      > >22nd issue of The New England Journal of Medicine.  In a
>>      second
>> 
>>      > >paper in the journal, Israeli and Italian researchers report
>> 
>>      > >successful transplantation using T-cell depleted hematopoietic
>> 
>>      > >stem cells matched for only one haplotype by prior
>>      conditioning
>> 
>>      > >of.
>>
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