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Sunshine was posted 02/28/2012 08:07 pm by Stephen In CA
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Sunshine, I have to tell you first hand they vary from lab to lab and day to day. So with that out of the way. Let's get a baseline first. Take a deep breath and say you know it is number only (which is really hard), but Aaron is feeling well, doing well so nothing much has really changed since his last scans.

Once you have so reports and scans send them Hopkins, let his Oncologist review them, and then deal with situation and plan a course of action if the results are the least bit suspect. I know it is easy for me as viewer looking in, but stress is the least helpful thing in your lives right know.

I know one thing since being on this board and many here can testified to it the numbers go up the numbers go down for many reasons. I just choose to rely on my scans, because they do not rely on what MAYBE effecting my numbers.



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