Re: [MOL] Re:Susan [05989] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] Re:Susan

Dear Lil,

Very sound advice.  You ought to save and bottle this one for future
molers to come.  It is advice that is to the point, informative, sincer,
compassionate and very sound. Thank you for all your time and effort. WE
know what you have been through recently and still undertaking and in
the face of all those concerns, here you are helping those that are in
need. WE are very proud of you, very.

God Bless and have a great Mothers day

firefly wrote:
> Dear Susan:  All of us cancering understand the ups and downs of this
> journey.  It has a way enveloping us in a blanket of insecurity, that is why
> is very important that you take some important steps.  1- Find out
> everything you can about your type of cancer and your treatment options.
> This gives you knowledge and control over your therapy.  2-  Make sure you
> have a really good doctor, one that gives you hope at all times.  Hope is
> the bodies way of healing itself.  3-Rid yourself of all toxins.  In other
> words, only be with positive people, with positive thoughts.   4-  Build up
> your immune system to help your body fight the cancer. 5-  Make sure you do
> things that do not involve cancer too.6- Have a really good support system;
> whether it be family, friends, or folks like us on this forum that know
> first hand the experience and what you are going through.  Allow us to
> embrace you, hug you, lift you up, yes and even make you laugh as humor is
> conducive to the healing process also.  There are so many new drugs and
> treatments for cancer and so many success stories, even with lung cancer.
> Don't believe in stats, we have far too many right on this forum that have
> gone well beyond stats.  Keep in mind you are not alone, we are here and
> always be honest.  If your scarred, fine, you should be, we all were.  If
> your angry with the cancer, great, vent it out, cry, we all do that too.
> Some can do it really well, perhaps we should have a venting contest?  Most
> importantly know that you are going to take control of your life and that we
> are here to help you in any way possible.  Dry those tears, shake off the
> dust and come out fighting.  Your friend, Lillian
> -----Original Message-----
> From: KatiesGma <>
> To: <>
> Date: Saturday, May 09, 1998 1:55 PM
> Subject: [MOL] Re: Thanks Carla
> >Thanks for the reply.  The more I've read the more it makes sense to me to
> >have the chemo first.  It's helps to hear others believe the same.  I will
> >definately discuss it with my Oncologist.
> >
> >If you don't mind, I'd like to know more about your cancer situation and
> >anything else you'd like to share.  I need a buddy right now.  I get scared
> >more often than I care to admit.  Ironically, its not just about the
> cancer.
> >I'm also scared of what my life will be like.  One day I'm worrying about a
> >getting a project done at work and the next day I'm worrying about whether
> >I'll ever work again.  It's like I've lost the definition of myself.
> >
> >Hope all is well with you.  Thanks.
> >
> >PS.  My name is Susan.  Katie (of Katiesgma) is my grand-daughter.  My
> >daughter Jill (screen name JOAT23) is also on this board.
> >
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