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post #2731 of 2861 (permalink) Old 01-02-2017, 09:37
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Thanks for all your concerns
Mum now fine
Me knacker d and not happy
My swimming pal has been diagnosed out of te blue with malignant lung cancer ������
Sorry to hear that Margaret. That can be devastating if it's not diagnosed soon enough. Treatment is tough, as it is with breast cancer.

Wish your pal well from an unknown (4-time cancer survivor) far away. It's not over till the fat lady sings, so this comes with my encouragement to be positive.

You too Sandra, look how far Albert and you have come since the first diagnosis. We're all on bonus time anyway!
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Hi all


Almost night owl time but not quite.


Margaret that is tough news to get. I hope your friend is a fighter - like Mavis!

Sandra I wish all the best for Albert!
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Morning all,

No meal today as our appointment at Christies is a 4pm, not an ideal time to be crossing Manchester on a Friday, or any day for that matter !!

Up early as Megs has a pre op at Manchester hospital at 8.30 and Alberts taking her,it's difficult by bus, I really dislike this central appointments arrangement, you get any of the north Manchester hospitals regardless of where you live, our local is just up the road

Still needs must, she needs to have her wisdom teeth removed, they have never fully come through, but I think she's booked in at Oldham hospital for that

Hope you are feeling a bit better Margaret , when does your friend start her treatment?

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Things are difficult re treatment .
She has inflammation in lower lungs and around the tumour in an upper lobe.
Now on steroids to reduce imflamation.
The type and stage of tumour has now been defined.
The prognosis is poor.
She is having a PET scan in two weeks presumably after the inflammation has been reduced.
I think this scan may reveal if any spread and then treatment will start in earnest.
She is in good spirits all things considered.
Hope all goes well for you Sandra
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Prayers are with her Margaret

One brave lady

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Morning all,

Alberts taken Megs to Oldham hospital as she is having her wisdom teeth out today so an early start all round

How's your friend Margaret ?

Cold but dry here so apart from a little shopping I think it's a fire gazing day !!

Have a good day everyone

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Her breathing is still very difficult. Steroids having no affect after a week.
She has ad a PET scan no results as yet.
The Timor is stage 3/4 which I don't think is good news.
No treatment plan yet.
Don't think she is are of significance and thinks she is going to be fixed.
I pray she is right.
She thankfully does not use a computer. Her husband does and has decided only to tell her what she asks about and so far she clearly does not want to know.
Probably wise.
We were aquarobicing and swimming beforevChristmas and thought I was the weak link
Very shocked am I
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What every cancer sufferer needs - a great friend like you Margaret.

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On a more cheerful note we are flying to Sweden today!
Taking Jack 7 and Oscar 5 tospendthe weekend with their Swedish cousins Eddie 8 and Julian 6 !
Would be fun!
Back on Monday

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