Breast Cancer

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  1. Thin_Ice_77

    Thin_Ice_77 You'll never make it

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    My friends Mother managed to get over it a couple of years ago. I don't really know the details but she's now cancer free.

    Unsure of what else to say best of luck, man.
     
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    Amelie Well-Known Member

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    Yeah good positive vibes your way man.

    I was just talking to someone yesterday about how important it is to just keep happy and positive as much as possible for your own [and other people's] physical health. It's unbelievable how much good you can do yourself just by having a healthy mind. I'm studying that kinda stuff at uni and it never ceases to surprise me.. we have only touched the tip of the iceburg in understanding.

    So remember the body is an amazing machine and keep it up for your ma!

    P.S. Good job on the banana suit!!!!
     
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    Rick ALL HAIL DJOD Forum MVP

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    Best of luck, man. :yesway:
     
  4. arnoroth661

    arnoroth661 Tremol-no User Contributor

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    Thank you all for your replies. My mom's doing pretty well after her breast removal... Now onto chemo for those pesky nose cancer cells. I know chemo is going to annihilate my mother... It's just a matter of how much it does.

    And remember, for every 100 women with breast cancer, there's one man with it. I don't have breasts, why do I care? :nono:
     
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    budda Guiterrorizer Contributor

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    best of luck w/ the treatment man.

    keep the banana suit handy, i cant see that ever getting old to her :yesway:
     
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    Bucks SS.org Regular

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    I wish you and your family the best of luck.

    My sister was diagnosed with Lymphoblastic Leukemia at a very young age, chemo worked incredibly well for her, and shes been fine ever since.

    Cancer treatment is improving everyday, soon we will get rid of this disease once and for all!
     
  7. darren

    darren Decibel Guitars Forum MVP

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    No first-hand experience with breast cancer, but my mom has been fighting multiple myeloma (a blood cancer) for a few years now, so i'm very well acquainted with how rough it can get.

    Stay positive.

    And on a related note, my dad's father had breast cancer. It started there and quickly spread to his lymph nodes. It wasn't detected early enough to save him.
     
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    silentrage The DeRailer

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    Really sorry to hear this man.
    I'd try to keep her in a positive mindset, mind over body.
    FUCK YOU CANCER, FUCK YOU, YOU GOT NOTHING ON ME!!!!!

    Best of luck to your family. :)
     
  9. liamh

    liamh Geek-chic

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    My mum had breast cancer..
    I was really quite young when it happened, so I didn't really understand it at the time..
    She pulled through though, she's still a happy and healthy woman..
    But when she was having chemotherapy she got mrsa because the nhs is so awesome :noplease:
     

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