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Thankful - for you...

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11/30/2019 2:05pm
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For all of you - who provide so much to me ~

Wishing each of you peace and comfort in this coming holiday season. Much love, les

marta010 - (12/1/2019 - 9:40am)

Thankful for everything you contribute to this forum even during your own health trials. Wishing you a holiday season filled with family, friends and miracles.
Ann & Larry

SABKLYN - (12/1/2019 - 9:44am)

What comes around, goes around, C. For so many here and I’m sure in your non we based life, you are a light in the darkness for many. All the best to you.

SABKLYN - (12/1/2019 - 10:34am)

So much for my typing skills....that should be “non web-based life”

jennifer83 - (12/1/2019 - 12:30pm)

Celeste.. so thankful for you!


Primary 1B in 2014 - WLE and SNB negative.
Recurrence Dec 2019 - Stage IV with mets in liver and lungs. Currently on ipi/nivo combo @ MD Anderson (Houston, TX).

gopher38 - (12/2/2019 - 12:58pm)

Hope you had a great Thanksgiving and a better Xmas (or whatever you celebrate). Thanks for helping to make this site so useful and supportive.

jbronicki - (12/2/2019 - 8:54pm)

Hi Les,

Just back on the board tonight, and couldn't agree any more, you are the BOMB of our board, and couldn't be more grateful for what you do. I don't know if everyone realizes just how MUCH you have done and how much time you have taken to do it. MOST GRATEFUL FOR YOU!


I did get to meet many patients in one of my new disease areas at work (Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis), you are always my guiding hero that i try to emulate. It was a great mixture of patients and research. The patient's questions to the researchers and drug companies at the various meetings were so interesting and hearing the feedback from the patients on their clinical trial experience just solidified their importance! I also met the New York yankee great Bernie Williams! He played a beautiful version of take me out to Ball Game since his father passed from IPF>

Jackie <3

Bubbles - (12/3/2019 - 8:44am)

Back atcha, everyone!!! Melanoma is definitely a team sport and we have a great team!! love, c