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[MOL] Re: Thanks from Annie!


Great to hear from you.  You can be assured that you are in my
prayers.  I hope the fight is an easy one and that the chemo
does not give you any discomfort.

Keep in touch and let us know how all is going.

Great to have family like Jean who cares so much.  Am glad
you'll have your sister with you during the treatment.  I am
sure it means alot to you.

Best to you.....Donna

> From: Annette Johnson <anniejohnson@juno.com>
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> Subject: Thanks from Annie!
> Date: Tuesday, April 21, 1998 2:22 PM
> Hi All!
> I am Jean Johnson's sister in law who has endrometrial cancer (stage 3A,
> grade 3).  I can't thank you enough for all the information you've sent
> my way through Jean.  Jean has forwarded your messages to me over the
> past month or so.  I've read many of your messages over and over again. 
> Your support is wonderful!!  And I enjoy getting all of your opinions on
> the different phases of my fight with cancer.
> And I know that you have all helped Jean to deal with this situation. 
> Having to deal with it "long distance" has been hard, but I think you
> have all been a great comfort to her.  Thank you!!!
> Tomorrow I will be going to the James Cancer Center at Ohio State
> University for my first chemo treatment.  They will be putting a catheter
> in me to administer the chemo.  I will have an overnight stay at the
> hospital.  My sister will be staying with me overnight at the hospital. 
> (During my hysterectomy, I found out how important it is to have someone
> with you at all times in the hospital.)
> I will then have a 24 hour hospital stay once every three weeks for 6-8
> chemo treatments.  Although I am not looking forward to the chemo, I am
> anxious to get on with the treatments.  The sooner they are started, the
> sooner I'll be finished!
> Keep me in your thoughts and prayers.  I'll keep you posted on my
> progress.
> Love,
> 	Annie
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