Re: [MOL] finished rads [01508] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] finished rads



Suzanne:  I just sent an article regarding fatigue and cancer, but even more
fatigue with breast cancer, did you read it?  If not, I will try to find it
again for you.  Also, watch the sun for awhile after radiation treatments.
Your friend, lillian.

----- Original Message -----
From: suzanne new <susienew@flash.net>
To: <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Sent: Saturday, June 26, 1999 9:54 AM
Subject: Re: [MOL] finished rads


> Hi deb: Believe me I am so relieved to get all the radiation behind me.
> So far I haven't had much of a skin reaction, just peeled a little. I
> understand that there can be delayed skin reactions but I am going to
> have faith that that won't happen to me. I do feel very tired by mid
> morning. That worries me as I hope to go back to work on July 15. I have
> a few more weeks to recover. You are so right, I don't miss the daily
> trips at all. You sound as if you are doing much better, that's great!
> It just takes time to heal. Take care and God Bless
> Suzanne
>
> deb grodin wrote:
> >
> > Dear Suzanne,
> > You finished!!!!!!! You go girl. Hope that you are doing well. Did you
> > burn, peel, swell, have much discomfort? You must feel very relived to
> > be done with it. Just think of all the time you now have. Bet you don't
> > miss running there every day, know I don't.
> > Feel good,
> > Debby
> > suzanne new wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi Roberta: Your post was very disturbing to me. I have fought breast
> > > cancer twice (I finished radiation 1 week ago). Believe me this
disease
> > > is treatable and beatable! You won't know what you are truly dealing
> > > with until you have a biopsy done. Biopsies are quick and painless
these
> > > days. After you know what the score is, then you can consider your
> > > options. Call the American Cancer Society for help, they have helped
me
> > > a great deal. Please don't wait any longer to take action! The
Am.Cancer
> > > Society can also help you find a support group. This forum is a
> > > wonderful place to find support. My prayers are with you.
> > > Suzanne
> > >
> > > BERTS1041@AOL.COM wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Does anyone know the average progression rate of breast cancer for
someone
> > > > who does not receive any type of treatment?  How many months could
one expect
> > > > to survive from the time that she noticed the initial lump?  From
what I've
> > > > read, I would guess that I'm between Stage II and Stage III.  I've
searched
> > > > EVERYWHERE and yet, cannot find any information concerning how
quickly this
> > > > leads to death.  I would really like this information, if someone
can help
> > > > me.                                 Thanks,
> > > > Roberta
> > > >
> > >
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