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update on Joe posted by his wonderful wife this AM  @ FB ;     "   An update on Joe - last week he had a PET scan done and today the oncologist said everything looks really good. There are no more lesions on his spleen and lungs. The lesions on his liver have diminished in size by about 40% and the "activity", which means how the bad cells multiply, has gone down from 13 to 6 on one and from 6 to 3 on another. I'm not quite sure what these measurements are, but the fact that they are smaller/lower is a good sign. We'll talk with the oncologist surgeon next to see about the surgery to remove the colon tumor as well as the lesion on the kidney. Most likely he will have to do separate rounds of chemo for the kidney lesions, as those are definitely a separate type of cancer. For now he's at home resting. Thank you all for your continued support, prayers, good vibes and love. They are very much appreciated. "   keep Joe in your thoughts and prayers as he continues to fight the good fight .  :27: 

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