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#1 son graduated with a MS in Computer Science from Washington Univ on Friday. After the ceremony he told MDH that getting the MS was no problem. The real problem was getting his BS!

That extra day is allowing some healing, although I wore a t-shirt yesterday that had rough seams at the sleeves. The area between arm and chest is sore. I've been slathering it with a combo of hydrocortisone and Aquaphor, which helps.

Only two more weeks! Yay!
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And YAY for your son!

Glad to know you're still moving along. Eventually you will start feeling better.

Hang in there. Glad you have family support.

Nancy
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Somewhere toward the end I had a whole week "off" because I was so sore & my blood counts were too low. The Dr's decision, not mine!

Glad for your good news and very glad you were able to attend son's graduation.

Blood counts continue to go down for a while after RT done. Check with your Dr. about what precautions still recommended for time after. We went on vacation in Washington DC and had a good time - but couldn't understand why my energy just wasn't coming back.

A/L
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Blood counts continue to go down for a while after RT done.

Maybe that's why the fatigue sets in?
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