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Delete this post Submitted by David Kahn 1973 <dhkahn51@gmail.com> on 01/Sep/2014


Hi Everyone,
It's been awhile...a lot of things have happened since we last wrote. The first and most important thing is that for the last 3 months the blood tests show NO sign of cancer!!
I follow up monthly to see the Docs and check my numbers along with receiving a chemo treatment called Zometa which strengthens bones and has very minor side effects!!
Finally the good news...Back to work, so to speak to raise money for a very important cause that has changed my Life!
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's fundraising event "Light The Night Walk": finding better treatments and cures for blood cancer like I had...and so patients can liver better, longer lives. I'm asking those that follow my Caring Bridge and/ or whomever else, to help by making a tax-deductible contribution! You can use the Caring Bridge link website by going to:

1. http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/davidkahn/journal/view

2. http://pages.lightthenight.org/rm/DenverL14DKahn

3. - Click Here -

You can use the links that have been provided in this message to donate online quickly & securely. You will receive an email confirmation of your donation as soon as it is made. In addition, Jane and I plan to walk in the "Denver Light the Night Walk" on October 2nd...we would love to have as many people join us as possible...if you are interested in walking on October 2nd please email me your interest to dhkahn51@gmail.com and we will get back to you with the plans...like where we are meeting and what time !! It should be a fun time!! We would like to thank you in advance for your support !
One final thing...please forward this information to as many folks as you can to encourage them to participate!
David and Jane Kahn

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