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Hi all,

I will leave home in a little while to have a stent removal proceedure done at Rhode Island Hospital. The stent was put in last fall when I was jaundiced from advanced sclc to the pancreas. I have been in remission for 10 mos. YAY!

The last time they replaced the stent (4 mos. ago,) I woke up during the proceedure. NOT FUN. This time they will not replace it unless they see something suspicious.

I'm still on steroids for pneumonitis and still am dealing with the cardiomyopathy. But other than being sleepy most of the time, things are going well. I've been wondering if other people feel the same as I do about remission. As the time goes by, I worry more that it will probably come back (considering the type of cancer & the stage). As I continue to keep Drs. appts., I get the feeling that they really don't know what to do with me, as they can't treat someone who doesn't need anything.

Anyone else feel the same?

I pray daily for all of us, and although I don't post much, I love this site & all of you out there. Claire

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Hi Claire. Sounds like all good news to me. I wish we did not have to think about it, but alas we all do--------the return of the monster! I hope you are spending most of your time enjoying life. Donna G

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