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    Normal Mamo!
    jlamb26 posted:
    I just got the results from my first mamo after chemo and it's normal! I feel like I've been holding my breath and now I can breath. I know that it's not 100% foolproof but it is nice to finally get some good news after the year I've had. Happy Day! Jennifer
    mhall6252 responded:
    Doing the happy dance for you, Jennifer! I know how stressful that first mammo can be! Now you can relax for a few months!

    sadblossom responded:
    Good for you girl!@!@@! Don't ya just love those thumbs up reports !!! I am 2 yrs out and had my 19 month mammo last week and it was NORMAL!!! So, I am sharing that joy with you !!! I love to read these kind of posts!!!!

    Enjoy your happy day !!! I am STILL enjoying mine!!!

    0910faith replied to sadblossom's response:
    HUGS to both you, Pat and Jennifer.
    After going thru so much you deserve good news.
    Many more good days to come
    love n hugs
    GGrandmaJan replied to 0910faith's response:
    YaHoooooo----Super Duper news Gals. Celebrate all month long!!!!! Do I see a party coming on the Pinkie? I say we get those cute cabana boys and have them serve us "Pina Coladas"!!!!!!!

    Good Job Pat and Jennifer. Now Breathe!!!
    Yesterday is History--Tomorrow is a Mystery--Today is a Gift that is why it's called---The Present!!!----Quoted from Eleanor Roosevelt.

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