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  • Bless Us, Every One!

    Bob trembled, and got a little nearer to the dofus kamas ruler. He had a momentary idea of knocking Scrooge down with it; holding him, and calling to the people in the court for help and a strait-waistcoat.“A me...
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    • The town of Green Lake

      There is no lake at Camp Green Lake.There once was a very large lake here, the largest lake in Texas. That was over a hundred years ago. Now it is just a dry, flat wasteland.There used to be a town of Green Lake as we...
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      • ShahSlidesFinal121410.pdf

        Dr. Shah's powerpoint from his webinar on 12/14/2010
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        • NCCN 2010 CML Treatment Guidelines

          NCCN's 2010 Treatment guidelines and algorythms for CML treatment
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          NCCN 2010 CML Treatment Guidelines

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          • Comparing TKIs November 2010.pdf

            An article that compares the currenlty available TKI's to each other
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            Comparing TKIs November 2010.pdf

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            • CMLHandout12-10-10.pdf

              Dr. O'Brien's powerpoint presentation on research results and treatment issues dated 12/10/2010.
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              • The Cancer Journey:  "Bloom where you are planted"

                When I found out I had cancer, I started going to church as a last ditch effort to find meaning and courage.  It actually really provided me with a new lease on life and I think it actually really helped me get t...
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                • Courage Principles.pdf

                  In November 2005 Paul Lawonn was diagnosed with cancer and since that time has learned much about the power of persistent perseverance in fighting cancer or facing any challenge in life.  Here he shares what he calls ...
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                  • Something negative turns into something positive

                    This is an event that will probably change anyone’s lives and all the people around. A lot of people know it, in very different ways. Sometimes they know it at times, and sometimes they know it when is too late....
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                    • I'm Thankful For...

                      This is my first Thanksgiving since I was diagnosed in April 2010.  I have come to realize that I have a lot to be thankful for, first and foremost being my life.  I have one of the best support groups (fami...
                      I'm Thankful For...

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                      • Register for TNT Coach Access

                        The Team In Training community provides a private community just for coaches. The community gives coaches a place to gather and discuss training, fundrasing ideas and anything else related to your events.   In o...
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                        • How to Increase Text Size

                          If you find that the text on The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Community is too small to read there are some things you can do to increase the text size in your browser.   Note: This how-to explains how to inc...
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                          • Report Abuse

                            Have you found a discussion that has gotten out of hand or did someone post a topic in the wrong community? You can easily notify our moderators/monitors by clicking the "Report abuse" link listed under Actions. Yo...
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                          • Tags: What they are and how to use them

                            When you browse by tags, you're using a community-made indexing system. You and other people apply tags like index keywords to new content to make the content more findable. You look for content you want by clicking t...
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                            Tags: What they are and how to use them

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                            • Identity Community Administrators

                              Sometimes you may need to verify information appearing on this community is official, and from The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Official community administrators are identified by the icon next to their user name...
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