Update on Peter in Florida

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Update on Peter in Florida

by Gbmfl on Mon Sep 26, 2005 12:00 AM

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Today we took my dad for his first post-radiation MRI. We were happy to see that in a comparison to when he had a biopsy the tumor had shrunk considerably. He is starting the maintenance phase of his temodar at 420 mg. My uncle has been here almost a week and helped pull my dad out of his depression. He leaves tomorrow but on the news of the reduction in tumor size we hope we are able to keep him encouraged and his depression at a minimum. I just wanted to share this good news with all of you as I know our days go up and down and my family has been on the down slope for a while. Keep your chins up and the good days will come also. Also, Garland if you are reading my dad will be writing again soon. I just set up my extra computer for him to use so that he can have some privacy in his messaging. He reallly enjoy communicating with you and your messages help him. Thanks.

Peter in Fla

by Hopefully on Mon Sep 26, 2005 12:00 AM

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SUCH GREAT NEWS!!!!!!!!! SUCH FANTASTIC NEWS!!!!!!! SUCH AMAZING NEWS!!!!!! How else to say I am so pleased for your Dad and your entire family. Please continue to keep us updated on your Dad's strides. Thanks so much for such an encouraging message Dana (hopefully)

Gina g

by Garland on Tue Sep 27, 2005 12:00 AM

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GREAT news about dad...so glad uncle could make it. i'll be watching for him to post his story. tell him we are waiting for him to write a book. let us all know the entire story. it'll be good for him to get it all out and then he can help others who have similar circumstances. Get him to have the MRI center to download his MRI onto a CD and we can name the book "This my brain, this is my brain on CD". (Just a suggestion, remember the old drug commercial with the egg?) Thanx for the update with super good news. Still praying for you.
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