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Old Thu Jan 13, 2011, 04:01 PM
leeslay leeslay is offline
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50 days post transplant!!

So I had my 30 day biopsy and it came back clear of disease and my chromosome's are all normal!! I cried all day I was so happy!!! Today is day 50 post transplant so 50 days left and then I can finally go home!! My sister came out from Utah to be my caregiver so she is anxious to get home too!!
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Lee-39 years old-AA,PNH and chromosome 12 disorder-1 rabbit ATG treatment and 1 horse ATG treatment. Getting my bone marrow transplant on November 23, 2010!!!! Counts as of 12-27-10 HGB 12.0, WBC 7.8, platelets 80, Neut# 3.9(12-24-10)!!! Just a touch of GVHD but back home!
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Old Thu Jan 13, 2011, 06:40 PM
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Congrats!!!! Best to you!
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Old Thu Jan 13, 2011, 09:09 PM
Neil Cuadra Neil Cuadra is offline
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Lee,

A great milestone. And getting normal test results is just fantastic!
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Old Thu Jan 13, 2011, 11:08 PM
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Whee! So happy for you!
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Old Fri Jan 14, 2011, 05:45 AM
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Very good news
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Old Fri Jan 14, 2011, 12:24 PM
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Congrats!!
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36/F - 1984 SAA treated with ATG [complete remission until] Oct 08 - burst blood vessels in eyes and low platelets; Jan 09 - AA & hypo-MDS; July 09 - BMT (RIC MUD PSCT) July 10 - 10k for Anthony Nolan (1yr post BMT! 53:48) Sep 10 - Wedding! I've run 5 marathons now!! (PB 3:30!)
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Old Fri Jan 14, 2011, 07:11 PM
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Great news! Congratulations.
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Karen, age 62, dx MDS RAEB-2 1/8/10: pancytopenia WBC 2.7k/Hgb 7.4/Hct 22.1/Plt 19k; complex cytogenetics -3,del(5)(q14q33),-6,+8,+mar,17% blasts. MUD BMT Johns Hopkins 11/30/10. Dx tongue cancer 8/31/12. ok now. blog mausmarrow.com
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