Re: [MOL] CT update [01331] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] CT update

Dearest Cori,

YOur news provided more encouragement than if Santa Brought us a present
in the middle of July. Let me assure you dear heart, from Barb and I,
and I believe all will concur, that while there may be issues of concern
that many of us are enduring, it is the messages of progress overcoming
someone's disease that brings us the most encouragement and belief that
there is hope for all of us. never feel sharing your joy with us will
diminish our determination in any way. We are just so very proud of you,
as we know how hard it has been for you, but your dedication has been
inspiring to all of us, and that is the encouragement we see from the
results of tests. WE need to be reminded that we can get well. We need
to know that there are those that we know and come to love, have the
capability and ability to overcome the most difficult of malignancies.
when you share you good news with us, it means that prayer have been
answered. It means that that hope is more than just a word. It means
believing in ones self that when determined and dedicated, that there is
every chance that one can and will be well. God willing. So, pls. in any
event whether joyful or happy, continue to share your news with us. You
are part of our family.

God Bless,
marty and Barb auslander

Stuart Scott Harth wrote:
> Dearest Mol friends:
> I have delayed a little in sending out the results from my latest CT
> scan because, to be perfectly honest, so many Molers  were having a
> difficult time that it somehow seemed insensitive for me to be
> overjoyed.  But the other side of that coin is that we all need
> encouragement and hope and enjoy sharing happy news - and mine has
> exceeded expectations by so far that my oncologist wants to write a
> paper on it.  In a scant 6 weeks my tumors decreased considerably...we
> would have been happy had they just stabilized and stayed unchanged
> since they were growing at a very aggressive rate, but instead we were
> totally thrilled to find they had actually decreased quite
> significantly.  I am ever so thankful to God and give Him the
> credit..but I am also thankful for all these leading edge immune
> therapies which are helping me tremendously.  It's hard not to feel
> guilty when other dear friends are having a difficult time, but I
> earnestly trust that my great results bring joy to others who are
> discouraged, and spurs them on not ever giving up hope. Much love and
> thank you all for all your prayers and positive thoughts.  Love. Cori.
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