Topic: ASCO Abstracts now available

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Re: ASCO Abstracts now available

Thanks for that Rain. I put your link over on our FB page as well so that the folks over there can have a read of it as well.

Best wishes,

Gavin

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Thank you, Rain for doing my work, as I have not had a chance to even put together my schedule for ASCO.  It is notable and quite exciting to see the 17 abstracts focused specifically on Cholangiocarcinoma.  This is in stark contrast to six years ago when virtually nothing was mentioned.  For those of you new to the world of Cholangiocarcinoma please know that strides have been made and that the statistics will reflect an increased overall survival with this disease as well as some curative intervention.  We must continue to work hard and stay true to our motto to collaborate, support research, and most of all - continue to expand our patient community globally.  We are in this together and together we can rid the world of this ugly disease. 
Hugs to all,
Marion

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Well said Marion! Seems to be more abstracts coming each year now for CC, good!!! And exciting as well to know that the stats are starting to head upwards now, lets hope that that trend continues. We will get there.

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Amen Marion!

Survivor of cholangiocarcinoma (2009), thyroid cancer (1999), and breast cancer (1994).

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