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waybeyond
Posted on: Sep 20 2005, 12:34 PM


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Why is "abbreviate" such a long word?
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waybeyond
Posted on: Sep 19 2005, 10:21 PM


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This is a difficult time for anyone and I fully understand how your feeling after losing my mum to cancer 9 years ago.
The only advice I can give is don't give up hope, and don't let her give up hope either.
This is probably the hardest thing to do ever, but if you can remain positive somehow your mum will pick up on this and give her more strength to carry on.
It's true what others here have wrote about new drugs coming along for cancer all the time, I have heard too of some cases suddenly just going into remission and people carrying on in there lives for many more years (my brother in law being one of these people).
As I said show as much positive behaviour as you can towards her, I am sorry to hear you and your mum are going through these bad times, I wish you both well and if you need to talk about it at any time please feel free to PM at any time.
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