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Kathy and I are at the airport waiting to fly to Houston. This will be round 3 out of 4 of my PRRT therapy. We’re very fortunate to get to spend the first week of this two week trip with our friends Mary & Russ at their home in Spring, TX. I’m also excited for the opportunity to actually finally meet a dear friend on this trip, a fellow noid who had been on a parallel journey to mine for several years. She has undergone PRRT and will be in Houston for a follow-up visit.

I’m at the point now where I’m actually feeling pretty good, and somewhat dreading going through this procedure again since I know it will make me miserable. What I’m most looking forward to is being completely done with round 4 in late January so that I can begin to fully recover without getting knocked back down by the therapy.

In spite of the discomfort, I am so thankful for the opportunity to have this procedure available to me. Especially now, during the holiday season, I am incredibly appreciative of of the donations given by so many that have made this all possible. Thank You!!

This week I’ll be undergoing the gamut of scans and tests that I had during my first visit in August. Next Monday, the 12th, we’ll be meeting with the doctor to review all of that and discuss my progress. The actual therapy will be on Wednesday the 14th. I will keep all of you posted with updates here along the way.

Take care.

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Kathy
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I love you! And I’m glad I came with you for this trip #3.

Anonymous
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Brian, I send you positive energy and thoughts.  May god be with you and Kathy on this journey.  Muuuuaaaahhhh.
Love,
Michele

Mark Burleson
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Prayers for you, Brian, that all looks great this time and the effects of this treatment are minimal to you. We want you healthy, happy, and strong for Christmas ;-).

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