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This topic contains 34 replies, has 1 voice, and was last updated by  czaring 13 years, 11 months ago.

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  • #2731

    czaring
    Member

    I don’t have “high speed” … I have dial-up internet for now. I spend more time at this site just looking up information retroactively … following threads backwards and trying to stay educated on who has what concerns about which & whom. I don’t know why I find such a need to know … but I do. I found Carries signature format so helpful that I changed mine as well. Would LOVE to have more like this. Just a suggestion. All you have to do is go into “my profile” and edit your signature & save edits. You could save me an hour a day!!

    #2732

    czaring
    Member

    PS – I realize that to date … my story is short and sweet … and that many other stories are much longer and much more complicated to sum up … but a brief, abbreviated form of the essentials would still be really helpful to me.

    #2733

    Carrie
    Member

    Just a suggestion,

    Maybe people don’t understand the subject of this post. If your subject included the word “request” maybe everyone would read it? I’m trying to think of a good subject line but I’m at a loss right now.

    Something like “Profile request” but that may not get attention either.

    smile

    #2734

    czaring
    Member

    I forgot they may not be like me … I pretty much read all of them … regardless of the subject line. That’s part of what takes so darned long … but you never know where little kernels of information and insight might be buried. Thanks for the pointer.

    #2735

    Naomi
    Member

    I think this a very good idea and have added my signature. It helps others to understand what you have or are going through. Thanks for the info to do it.
    Naomi

    #2736

    Terri
    Member

    Good Idea that way not repeating it

    #2737

    eve
    Member

    ok i will give it a try too

    eve

    #2738

    Suzanne
    Member

    What a great idea. Makes it so much easier to keep track of who has what clasification and what they are doing. I have changd mine too. suzanne

    #2739

    shirlsgirl
    Member

    Awesome, thanks for a great idea! Jody

    #2740

    Donna
    Member

    Hope I did this right?

    #2741

    Bec
    Member

    Thanks for the info. Great idea for all.

    Bec

    #2742

    Jimbob
    Member

    I’ll try, too.
    BTW, had CBC today and also cyto-something results from last BMB. Says best testing methods show me to be CMML-free with at least 95% of cells to be donor. Could be 100% as they can’t find any of my own old cells, but they “could” be some. Jim

    #2743

    Kirby
    Member

    I agree with you completely. It is so helpful to know who has what and if what they are doing can help you.

    #2744

    cthomas555
    Member

    The signature line is a great idea. Didn’t know it was available.

    #2745

    Carrie
    Member

    Oops, I just realized that I wrote the wrong date for my dad’s Vidaza in my signature smile . It’s hard to remember that it’s 2005 now. Anyone else have a hard time going from year to year? smile Luckily I haven’t made a mistake in my checkbook yet (I think) smile .

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