1 (edited by PCL1029 Fri, 08 Mar 2013 16:31:30)

Topic: PAkt as a prognostic Factor For ECCA Patient

Hi,everyone,

http://www.asco.org/ASCOv2/Meetings/Abs … tID=105568

Fill in abstract number = 182

God bless.

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Re: PAkt as a prognostic Factor For ECCA Patient

Thanks for the links that you posted this morning Percy. They seemed to work okay earlier but following them now and it looks like you have to log in to read them. Grrrrrr!

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Re: PAkt as a prognostic Factor For ECCA Patient

My apologies Percy. It seems now that to access and read the abstracts through the links you have to search for them using abstract name, author, number etc.

Hope it's not so cold over your way today Percy, it is baltic here once again! Grrrrrr!

Stay warm!

Gavin

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Re: PAkt as a prognostic Factor For ECCA Patient

How cold is it there Gavin?  I think I can beat it with our temperatures (and by beat it I mean it's friggin' cold here!!)  smile

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Re: PAkt as a prognostic Factor For ECCA Patient

Randi, come see me and warm up. We had a lovely dark, gray, rainy day. Well it gets boring having sunshne every day.

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Re: PAkt as a prognostic Factor For ECCA Patient

You probably could be our temps here Randi. Today it is down to about -5c and it was snowing last night and today. Don't want to think what it will get down to tonight! It is Mothers Day here today, which I guess it being snowing and all that is handy if someone is planning on taking their mum sledging for the day! Scraping the car this morning was cold enough for me so I'll give the sledging a miss I think!! smile

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Re: PAkt as a prognostic Factor For ECCA Patient

Gavin, Happy Mother's Day to Mum who lets me share her son! Just a shout out for anyone wanting to warm up....by Wed. it will be in the low 90's here for a few days!

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Re: PAkt as a prognostic Factor For ECCA Patient

Oh geez Lainy, rub it in!!  Actually though we have a heat wave going today.  it is 40 degrees farenheit (you will have to do the conversion Gavin!!).  The sun is shining and I went for a run this morning with a friend and was actually warm!  Snow has mostly melted and I can almost see Spring around the corner.  Well, now that I said that we will most likely get a snow storm and below zero temps!!

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Re: PAkt as a prognostic Factor For ECCA Patient

Thanks Lainy! I'll pass on your wishes to my mum. She had a good day, lots of her favourite chocolates. Not as good as getting mum out but in this weather there is no chance of that.

Randi, the temp here today would equal about 23F over your way. And now we have more snow and gales, grrrrr! Temps down tonight to about -9 or 15F over your way. Brrrr!

Low 90's Lainy????? We don't even get that on a blisteringly hot day at the height of summer here!

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Re: PAkt as a prognostic Factor For ECCA Patient

So believe it or not it was 60 degrees here today!  Will be the same tomorrow but down to the 30s on Tuesday and so on...

No predicting the weather here, just take it as it comes I guess.

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Supposedly it is meant to be cold here all the rest of this week and into next week as well with the risk of more snow next week. Spring? Ha...NOT!!!! Grrrrrrrr..............

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