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Old August 19th 04, 03:20 AM
Tanada
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We went up to see the Neurosurgeon, Dr Ewend, at UNC (Chapel Hill)
today, and he said that he doesn't think that Rob's tumor is coming
back. However, they're having Rob's MRI films reviewed by a group of
specialists this afternoon, and we'll find out what they say tomorrow.

If they agree with Dr Ewend, Rob will be put back on a course of Temodar
for as long as he can tolerate it, up to 12 months, just to make sure
the stuff is good and dead. If they decide that it is warranted, a
biopsy will be done to see if it is the same type of tumor as before,
and chemo will be decided on based on the biopsy. Either way, it looks
a lot better than we were afraid of. Your purrs, prayers, good
thoughts, and blessings have struck again. Thank you everyone.

Pam, Rob, and the Fayetteville Seven

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Old August 19th 04, 03:40 AM
Jeanne Hedge
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On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 02:20:31 GMT, Tanada wrote:

We went up to see the Neurosurgeon, Dr Ewend, at UNC (Chapel Hill)
today, and he said that he doesn't think that Rob's tumor is coming
back. However, they're having Rob's MRI films reviewed by a group of
specialists this afternoon, and we'll find out what they say tomorrow.

If they agree with Dr Ewend, Rob will be put back on a course of Temodar
for as long as he can tolerate it, up to 12 months, just to make sure
the stuff is good and dead. If they decide that it is warranted, a
biopsy will be done to see if it is the same type of tumor as before,
and chemo will be decided on based on the biopsy. Either way, it looks
a lot better than we were afraid of. Your purrs, prayers, good
thoughts, and blessings have struck again. Thank you everyone.

Pam, Rob, and the Fayetteville Seven


Oh that *is* good news! Continued purrs for the best possible
outcome!





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Old August 19th 04, 03:40 AM
Jeanne Hedge
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On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 02:20:31 GMT, Tanada wrote:

We went up to see the Neurosurgeon, Dr Ewend, at UNC (Chapel Hill)
today, and he said that he doesn't think that Rob's tumor is coming
back. However, they're having Rob's MRI films reviewed by a group of
specialists this afternoon, and we'll find out what they say tomorrow.

If they agree with Dr Ewend, Rob will be put back on a course of Temodar
for as long as he can tolerate it, up to 12 months, just to make sure
the stuff is good and dead. If they decide that it is warranted, a
biopsy will be done to see if it is the same type of tumor as before,
and chemo will be decided on based on the biopsy. Either way, it looks
a lot better than we were afraid of. Your purrs, prayers, good
thoughts, and blessings have struck again. Thank you everyone.

Pam, Rob, and the Fayetteville Seven


Oh that *is* good news! Continued purrs for the best possible
outcome!





Jeanne Hedge, as directed by Natasha

============
http://www.jhedge.com
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Old August 19th 04, 03:40 AM
Jeanne Hedge
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On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 02:20:31 GMT, Tanada wrote:

We went up to see the Neurosurgeon, Dr Ewend, at UNC (Chapel Hill)
today, and he said that he doesn't think that Rob's tumor is coming
back. However, they're having Rob's MRI films reviewed by a group of
specialists this afternoon, and we'll find out what they say tomorrow.

If they agree with Dr Ewend, Rob will be put back on a course of Temodar
for as long as he can tolerate it, up to 12 months, just to make sure
the stuff is good and dead. If they decide that it is warranted, a
biopsy will be done to see if it is the same type of tumor as before,
and chemo will be decided on based on the biopsy. Either way, it looks
a lot better than we were afraid of. Your purrs, prayers, good
thoughts, and blessings have struck again. Thank you everyone.

Pam, Rob, and the Fayetteville Seven


Oh that *is* good news! Continued purrs for the best possible
outcome!





Jeanne Hedge, as directed by Natasha

============
http://www.jhedge.com
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Old August 19th 04, 04:15 AM
badwilson
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Yay! HapPy DaNCe :-) Purrs continuing for everything to turn out fine.
--
Britta
Sandpaper kisses, a cuddle and a purr. I have an alarm clock that's covered
in fur!
Check out pictures of Vino at:
http://photos.yahoo.com/badwilson click on the Vino album



"Tanada" wrote in message
nk.net...
We went up to see the Neurosurgeon, Dr Ewend, at UNC (Chapel Hill)
today, and he said that he doesn't think that Rob's tumor is coming
back. However, they're having Rob's MRI films reviewed by a group of
specialists this afternoon, and we'll find out what they say tomorrow.

If they agree with Dr Ewend, Rob will be put back on a course of Temodar
for as long as he can tolerate it, up to 12 months, just to make sure
the stuff is good and dead. If they decide that it is warranted, a
biopsy will be done to see if it is the same type of tumor as before,
and chemo will be decided on based on the biopsy. Either way, it looks
a lot better than we were afraid of. Your purrs, prayers, good
thoughts, and blessings have struck again. Thank you everyone.

Pam, Rob, and the Fayetteville Seven



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Old August 19th 04, 04:15 AM
badwilson
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Yay! HapPy DaNCe :-) Purrs continuing for everything to turn out fine.
--
Britta
Sandpaper kisses, a cuddle and a purr. I have an alarm clock that's covered
in fur!
Check out pictures of Vino at:
http://photos.yahoo.com/badwilson click on the Vino album



"Tanada" wrote in message
nk.net...
We went up to see the Neurosurgeon, Dr Ewend, at UNC (Chapel Hill)
today, and he said that he doesn't think that Rob's tumor is coming
back. However, they're having Rob's MRI films reviewed by a group of
specialists this afternoon, and we'll find out what they say tomorrow.

If they agree with Dr Ewend, Rob will be put back on a course of Temodar
for as long as he can tolerate it, up to 12 months, just to make sure
the stuff is good and dead. If they decide that it is warranted, a
biopsy will be done to see if it is the same type of tumor as before,
and chemo will be decided on based on the biopsy. Either way, it looks
a lot better than we were afraid of. Your purrs, prayers, good
thoughts, and blessings have struck again. Thank you everyone.

Pam, Rob, and the Fayetteville Seven



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Old August 19th 04, 04:15 AM
badwilson
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Yay! HapPy DaNCe :-) Purrs continuing for everything to turn out fine.
--
Britta
Sandpaper kisses, a cuddle and a purr. I have an alarm clock that's covered
in fur!
Check out pictures of Vino at:
http://photos.yahoo.com/badwilson click on the Vino album



"Tanada" wrote in message
nk.net...
We went up to see the Neurosurgeon, Dr Ewend, at UNC (Chapel Hill)
today, and he said that he doesn't think that Rob's tumor is coming
back. However, they're having Rob's MRI films reviewed by a group of
specialists this afternoon, and we'll find out what they say tomorrow.

If they agree with Dr Ewend, Rob will be put back on a course of Temodar
for as long as he can tolerate it, up to 12 months, just to make sure
the stuff is good and dead. If they decide that it is warranted, a
biopsy will be done to see if it is the same type of tumor as before,
and chemo will be decided on based on the biopsy. Either way, it looks
a lot better than we were afraid of. Your purrs, prayers, good
thoughts, and blessings have struck again. Thank you everyone.

Pam, Rob, and the Fayetteville Seven



 




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