Today I had my last chemo session..... 6 months and 15 treatments in Melbourne a round trip of 600kms each time! Amazing. What a mixture of emotions, relief and sadness. I am sure I will feel insecure to be separated from the regular connection with the medical team but at the same time I am excited to be looking at a future where I don't feel like I am staggering through mud every day. I have suddenly had a rush of F**k that was big! I am feeling very grateful for so much and that includes the sharing on this site. You have all helped so much with your sharing. My best wishes to all of you Rikki
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Super Contributor
Woo Hoo!! Congratulations! What a huge acheivement. I hope you're able to do something special to celebrate. I remember how elated I was when my husband finished his chemo (November 2011). Have a wonderful day tomorrow. x
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Woo Hoo!! Congratulations! What a huge acheivement. I hope you're able to do something special to celebrate. I remember how elated I was when my husband finished his chemo (November 2011). Have a wonderful day tomorrow. x
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That's great . You won't miss the travel and the chemo itself .I can imagine you will miss the people there for a while . I missed the people involved with radiation when I finished mine . That was two years ago . Now you begin a new phase . Enjoy it .
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Hi Rikki, That's wonderful news about finishing ur chemo, definitely a day to celebrate. I will keep my fingers crossed that it has worked wonders in fighting urcancer. Take care Rubes
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Congratulations Rikki
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congrats. may you get the final result you want. good luck with follow up tests.
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Congratulations!! Hope you continue to improve! Positive wishes coming your way! PA
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