Topic: Response of Hepatic Tumors to Radioembolization (RESRAD)

Response of Hepatic Tumors to Radioembolization (RESRAD)

http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01775280

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Re: Response of Hepatic Tumors to Radioembolization (RESRAD)

Hi Percy,

Sorry I missed your post here! Hope that that trial info was of use to you. And hearing that you are fine this sunny morning has just made my day! It is cold here today but sunny so I'll take that thank you!

And yes our Bears do indeed look good my friend! This could be our year! An improved and good O line is definitely required and our O will be much better with decent protection for Cutler, no more excuses from him now! Urlacher's experience and everything will be missed but lets hope youth and speed can make up for that. Got my bets on last week at 33 and 40 to 1. I'll have some of that please! Looking forward to things kicking off tonight and I think the Bears are on tv here in the UK next week. This is our year!!

My health is okay and mum is doing okay as well. Thanks for asking and also for your kind very kind offer of help as always. Mums on the oxygen 15 hours a day now but is getting used to it and we have an app with the copd  team at Ninewells next week to see how they think she is doing with it all. She has been going to the copd exercise classes twice a week and that has helped enormously but they finished last week so she has another gym to go to once a week from next Friday. She needs the oxygen to do her exercises at the classes still but needs less of it than she did a few months ago so that is progress. If she goes out I need to take her in the chair but she wants to actually go out now unlike before so that is progress as well. Winter is coming and that will put a dampner on things like going out etc but we'll deal with that when it comes. Hopefully it will be a mild winter!

I've been real busy all summer decorating my house. By the time it is finished every square inch of it will have been scraped, stripped, sanded and repainted with at least 3 coats of paint. Bathroom, bedroom and hallway all done. All woodwork, skirting boards, door frames and doors have been sanded and glossed. Last week I stripped the kitchen and living room and will be polyfilling cracks in the kitchen today. Will get that sanded and painted next week and my mate is going to replaster the ceiling and walls in the living room next week as well. Then give that a few weeks to dry out before painting it and finally it will all be done. Been a long haul but was badly needing done and it will be sooo worth it!

Once thats done think I might be getting central heating put in so a few days more upheaval but that will be worth it as well. House is like chaos right now but getting used to that as it's been like that all summer!

Will definitely say hi to mum from you and I hope that it is sunny over your way today. Have a great day! Thanks Percy.

Stay strong and Go Bears!!

Gavin

Any advice or comments I give are based on personal experiences and knowledge and are my opinions only, they are not to be substituted for professional medical advice. Please seek professional advice from a qualified doctor or medical professional.