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Message 1344609 - Posted: 9 Mar 2013, 16:06:48 UTC

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Message 1344690 - Posted: 9 Mar 2013, 20:13:01 UTC

Saw the original Haematology consultant early Tuesday to see where we go next, now the stem cell transplant bit is done.

The rule of thumb is things move after 100 days from when the transplant was done, which will be mid April. So, I am assuming that it takes that long for the new immune system to fully settle.

I will be having bloods and a 24hr urine sample about a week before, to see the absolute and trend figures before we start the next stage (termed Maintenance).

The consultant is very pleased with progress so far, and is interested in the trends for the Kappa Light Chain Paraprotein results over the next few months.

I will update later ...
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Message 1344692 - Posted: 9 Mar 2013, 20:15:38 UTC

It all sounds very technical John, but you seem to have a great consultant, and if he is pleased then we most certainly are :-))
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Message 1344697 - Posted: 9 Mar 2013, 20:28:16 UTC

So am I Chris, despite the slow physical recovery.

I am determined to be walking up to 6 miles for June ...
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Message 1344704 - Posted: 9 Mar 2013, 20:44:30 UTC - in response to Message 1344697.  

So am I Chris, despite the slow physical recovery.

I am determined to be walking up to 6 miles for June ...

That's farther than I can walk, My left ankle is the limit, ever since the 2002 surgery, it starts to grind after a bit of walking and that gets painful, so I don't walk far.
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Message 1344717 - Posted: 9 Mar 2013, 21:49:19 UTC

You're strong, John:)

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Message 1344728 - Posted: 9 Mar 2013, 22:10:33 UTC - in response to Message 1344717.  

You're strong, John:)

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Message 1344749 - Posted: 9 Mar 2013, 23:01:28 UTC

Its not John that's posting, its his furballs....
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