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Reply was posted 12/31/2007 09:51 pm by Jim from Chicago
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I had them show up in reverse. Lung cancer in late 05 and PC in late 06. I've been through surgeries and chemo for both along with Radiation/Xeloda for the PC. I'm feeling fine now. I am, however, waiting with anticiaption for the results of my latest scan and CA19-9 done this past Friday. My CA19-9 has jumped from a low of 9 a few months ago immediately following the conclusion of the Gemzar to 13 in early November, and then 111 in early December, which is scary.

Let's hope 08 is a better year than the last two. Happy New Year.

Jim

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