I am a new member and I have read many of your posts over the past few months. It is incredible that you have so much compassion for other people in times when you have to deal with personal challenges and how you share your experiences and the learning we get from it. I am truly thankful, humbled and I am sure all will be well.
Cancer diagnosis is no longer a death sentence. It is just a complex chronic decease, which needs to be managed. Like high blood pressure. Just side effects from blood pressure medication is a bit easier ( then from current chemo cocktails, which are available. We live in times when technology is developing at light speed. I am no longer too obsessed with "cure" concept. Just chronic decease concept which can be managed until we die from something else (like old age for example).
On August 26, 2012, lohidoc wrote: ... There are some extraordinary individuals on this site. There is brownbagger, who has gone through numerous treatments and surgeries, and who gets on his bike and rides 50 miles two weeks after a bilateral thoracotomy. There is skifletch, a science writer who knows more about cancer and chemo than any oncologist. If you want to know if you can go scuba diving while on avastin he will give you the answer. There is Bev, a long term stage 4 survivor, the wife of an Ob/Gyn, who has motherly advice for anyone....etc.
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