Just had to share this good news. While in the infusion room the other day I was placed next to a gentleman I had never seen before. We got to talking, and he said he was diagnosed with Stage IV colorectal 7 years ago,mets to liver and lungs. The best odds he was given for his particular case were between 10-12 months. It is now 7 years (and several surgeries and treatments later) and he has just bought his lift tickets for another skiing season in New Hampshire --- for the 3rd year in a row! He looked terrific. Goes out on his boat fishing regularly , he told me. SO--- I guess what I need to remember is just to never, ever, ever give up.
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