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6/6/08 12:46 P

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emoticon Same story with my family; especially my Dad's side. My Dad and most of his siblings (10) died from cancer. Two sisters were diagnosed with cancer about the same time (within 6 months of one another). My youngest sis died in 2005 and the other one is still living after a good 5 year check-up.
My favorite Aunt died from breast cancer several years ago. So, I understand your fears! Rose emoticon

Edited by: 56ROSE at: 6/6/2008 (12:45)
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6/6/08 12:27 P

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I've have cancer in my life since I was a little kid. So many fights, so much death, so much pain and some survival stories. Cancer is my big fear, it always has been. A few years ago my dad got diagnosed with colon cancer and that's been the most recent, ongoing, fight. He's "cancer free" as of the moment, but effects of the fighting have made him weak and listless. I posted a question in the general forum. Please read it and let me know if you have any suggestions. Thanks!

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