[MOL] Suzanne [02728] Medicine On Line

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[MOL] Suzanne

Dear Suzanne,
I am so sorry to hear all you are going through right now. It must be
very hard not to grow discouraged, but I hope you'll hang in there, and
that the new medicines will do the trick for you -- I know you're a
fighter, so don't you give up. In the meantime, know that I am
surrounding you in prayer, dear heart. Love and {{{{{hugs,}}}}} Joicy

suzanne1@erols.com wrote:
> Kathy,
> Re my new regime - because the Taxol and Navelbine are not working and I'm
> getting worse rather than better or even staying the same, yesterday I
> began a new regime with two different chemo's.
> One week a month I will have a pump with me at all times dispensing
> Topetecan. At the end of that week I will take orally 3 times a day a drug
> called Atopocide.  (This drug is not shown in my reference book so I need
> to do a little homework to find out more about it).
> Topetecan has a long list of side effects, though my doctor tells me that
> he really doesn't see most of them in his practice.  Hope this is true as
> the list of possible side effects is rather long! :)
> Along with the other tests I took two weeks ago was the pulmonary function
> test.  No wonder I am so exhausted and lose my breath all the time.  I am
> right at the borderline where I need oxygen to live.  I am okay when
> perfectly still, but my lungs quickly use up any oxygen the moment I exert
> myself and my lungs can't replace it fast enough.  I was offered oxygen for
> when I moved around, but wouldn't take it.  I hate stuff hanging off me -
> rarely wear necklaces or bracelets, for example, and if my body gets
> accustomed to the assistance it may not make itself work as hard, if that
> makes sense.
> Enough bad news - I am now ready for the good news, please!  heheheh
> Thank you for asking, Kathy.
> Suzanne
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