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December 28, 2006

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Donna

Every line of this entry has me by the front of the shirt, pinned against the wall, swallowing hard, and taking a deep breath in after every time stamp.

More prayers deposited daily.

Allan Fromberg

I know it well.....I had the adriamycin, vincristine, vinblastine, oncovin, bleomycin, prednisone, matulane, rituxan cocktail a few years back and am now in glorious remission. Hang in there....you're doing great! 2007 will be a year to remember and celebrate! If you ever want to hear my war stories, or just want to chat or trade notes, I'm just an e-mail away....Allan

Sam

Jenné. That is perhaps the most intense and descriptive post I've read. Thank you for sharing. Having never gone through it personally, it really helps me understand the hell of the process.

Susie

Eleven down, and you've still got your vitals--woo hoo! This was amazing, like walking into some secret, sterile and somehow holy place and seeing things I've never seen before. So do you get to take Ativan the day after too? That seems only fair. If there's an edge before chemo, Lord knows there's surely one after. Thanks for sharing this; you're amazing.

Dan

Keep on Truckin, you're doing better than great. Check that... Suzie's right, you are amazing.

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