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Unread 05-03-2008, 05:57 PM   #1
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I received a nice letter from a member of MSW board, that I was considered MIA. hmmm, I guess I have been found.

I am still on copaxone. I really struggled about staying on it after some wild side effects. The side effects finally got better, and i started to feel better.

Got a call from the MS clinic to tell me my last MRI showed 2 new lesions, and that my Glioma had not changed. MY WHAT? I guess the local guy spotted a glioma last year, and forgot to tell me. The good news is that it hasnt changed in a year. I am told most of the time they are not cancerous, and left alone it should be fine. To go get a peice of it may trigger siezures or headaches, and since I am siezure free now, I dont want to tempt the hand of fate.

have had several flairs, and struggled along. I have thus far refused all steroids.

Just wanted to wave, and say hello and thanks for the well wishes. My PM box was full. you guys are awesome.
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Might be a blessing you weren't told about the glioma -- one less thing to worry about. Glad it's not getting worse.

Good to see you back, m'dear!!!
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