I would like to share some news
December 11, 2009 at 6:47 pm
sorry no info
AnonymousDecember 12, 2009 at 8:08 am
This is really good news and it is great that the approach is cautious as well. I kind of think of autoimmune disease as two siblings fighting. They know just how to push each others buttons and can disrupt all of life. Having the disease under control is like having a truce and withdrawing treatment is like the truce maker slowly stepping from the room with the hope that after the siblings have learned to live together in peace, they will continue to do so. It takes a period of time for the truce to be stable and people to learn to live in peace with each other–to find ways to work together. Often the trucemaker has to leave gently so that the siblings do not realize so much that they can live in peace without that. I know that autoimmune disease is moer complex than that, but the analogy works for me. The goal is an immune system that lives in peace with the body.
I just wish this worked for war. It is what is needed. That the “peacekeeper” forces can slowly leave and that peace in the nations can be maintained. But this is not about Kevie, whose body is in a peace state. We all hope tremendously that this peace state continues and his autoimmune war is over.
WithHope for a cure of these diseases and for peace on earth. Big hope.
AnonymousDecember 14, 2009 at 8:41 am
Awesome news Dawn !!!!!!!!!!!
We’ll keep our fingers crossed.
My neuro was giving me ivig once weekly and now has taken me completely off. No weaning.
I am nowhere as strong as Kevie tho…and I know he’ll be GREAT !
You must be so happy !!!!!!!!
Merry Christmas to you and your family Dawn.
December 14, 2009 at 1:44 pm
So happy for Kevie. 😀 Am praying for no relapse and for immune system reset.
Hope that you don’t ever HAVE to come back to the site but that you’ll never forget us. I always look forward to your posts.
Give Kevie a High 5 from me.
AnonymousDecember 17, 2009 at 11:10 am
HAPPY BIRTHDAY KEVIE!!!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAWN!!!!!!
That is Awesome News Dawn! I know Kevie will do well over the next 7 months! and he will be a healthy young man, full of energy and ready to be a TEEN!!!!! :D:eek:
Have a Great time in Wis!!! Take pics!!! 🙂
ps I sent you a pm!!!:)
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