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    kaj2313 posted:
    Was in remission for a year after having a resection. But looks like it's back, pain and all.....lol
    I was reading the postive posts everyone put up! tell you I needed it today! Go to Mayo in a month and see what's the next step.

    thanks to all of you that are here to help, it's a good feeling knowing that good people are here.
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    magsjeanea responded:
    Kaj, so sorry to hear your news but you got into remission once, you can do it again! Hope you are not in too,too much pain.
    take good care,
    Love Goes There,


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