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I would like to be in voplved in carcinoid cancer only as that is what I have
Great comment! Yes, I feel the same way. When I had my first surgery in 2003 I would have done things much differently. At least the future generation of NET patients will have less guessing than we did.
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Just wanted to take a moment to wish you a Happy New Year. I hope that 2019 is a good one for you and that you experience good health during this coming year.
I also wanted to point out to you a new discussion that was started by the Mayo Cancer Education Center. It is titled, "Take a Moment to Embrace Gratitude This Season." While cancer and gratitude do not seem to go together at first glance, if we look further we can see that there is something we can all be grateful for. Perhaps it is a kind oncologist, or persevering through a difficult treatment or finding support from family and friends. What are you thankful for?
Please join me in reading this News Feed, found at this link, https://connect.mayoclinic.org/page/cancer-education-center/newsfeed/take-a-moment-to-embrace-gratitude-this-season-1/ and if possible, try posting one thing about cancer that you can be grateful for.
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