I received Michelle's pathology report and the lesion that was removed last week was benign. The report states it was a Junctional Melanocytic Nevus with nests of typical melanocytes.
So glad to hear this great news!
Amy S. in Michigan
Stage IIIA 6 years NED Completed 1 year interferon 2009. God is Good.
That's wonderful news. Great to read a good news post like this.
"A closed mind is a wonderful thing to lose"
I'm me, not a statistic. Praying to not be one for years yet.
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