Re: [MOL] bladder cancer/ REPLY TO LYNN [01102] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] bladder cancer/ REPLY TO LYNN



good morning all,	
this morning my father will have his surgery to remove his bladder and
any other thing they find that should come out.  Please hold him in
prayer. thanks so much,
Lynn Kirk

Lillian wrote:
> 
> Lynn:
> 
> They have come far for bladder cancer; so by all means stay optimistic.
> This is the best sheath one can hold while fighting the dragon cancer.
> 
> Please read the following article.
> 
> http://www.siuh.edu/conindex5.html
> 
> I am a breast cancer survivor and I had four different type cell cancers
> with each in varying stages; so your father's doctor is right.
> 
> Never to minimize surgery, it must be known that any surgeon will say they
> got 99% or I think we got it all.  No doctor can predict 100% or I know we
> got it all.  When one thinks about the size of cells they can readily
> understand that even a fraction of a cell left behind, fallen back into
> cavity etc. will start the cancer process all over again.  My question to
> you Lynn is:  What other therapies will they be using on your father?
> 
> Keeping you both in thought and prayer, warmly, lillian
> 
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