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That's great news Bev!
I'm intrigued with this pioneering surgery for melanoma that you've had. What was different to the usual WLE and SLNB?
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Sorry the lymoh node op was anew one not melanoma.
Okay Bev. Do you know what was different about your SLNB compared to 'normal' ones?
They only took the lymph that had cancer and keft the others.
Normally the whole lot would have been removed even if no cancer in them.
They only removed the one and are watching to see how the others work how they cope .how my leg recoveres.
I start the programe in january..scans ultra sounds etc.
I signed the consent form .just waiting for it to proceed .
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