Re: [MOL] Denise McCrorey... [00087] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] Denise McCrorey...



Denise, If it helps, my girlfriend, is a 20yrs breast cancer surveyor. At
the time of her treatment, the used cobalt, and if that wasn't bad enough,
she got an infection in the very lung that was involved with the breast. Mad
as a hatter she is ( an I love her for it) to this very day, and lives life
to the fullest. Her motto is sense GOD was ready for me yet, then the world
better stand by because I plan on doing GODS work here until he is ready for
me. I must say she is a real hoot!!!! She doesn't care who likes her or who
doesn't as long as she tells every one about GOD!!!!! She works out every
day at least an hour in the gym, shy dives, motorcycle rider, bungie jumper,
just to name a few things she does, oh an did I mention she is 69 years
young!!!!!!!!!!! So you go girl, worrying about what the doctors may tell
you, only take time away from thanking GOD for the blessings he gives us. xo
Dean
----- Original Message -----
From: Claire Lee <clee02@snet.net>
To: <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 02, 2000 4:43 AM
Subject: [MOL] Denise McCrorey...


> Welcome to MOL -- As an early riser, I may be the first MOLer to read
about your
> problems but you will be getting lots advice and love and prayers from the
> others.
>
> The very first thing to do is forget statistics.  They are truly
meaningless
> when it comes to surviving cancer.  Many people in this forum have been
told
> they had only two years, five years, six months to live, whatever.  And
they're
> very much alive today, years beyond their predicted life spans.
>
> So start this day with hope and the firm belief that you will know your
children
> as adults.  We're here to help you come up out of despair and enjoy life
again.
> Truly.
>
> Your friend, Claire
>
>
> Denise McCrorey wrote:
>
> > I've undergone 2 rounds of Taxol for a 3cm tumor in lower lobe, right
> > lung -- metastasis of breast cancer in 1997.  When asking the doc if,
when
> > in remission, I'm good for 10-20 more years, he says no.  From all stats
> > I've seen online, I'll be lucky to survive 5 years.
> >
> > I have 2 young children, 8 & 5.  Can anyone tell me the actual stats?
>
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