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    Good news re my tdoc
    ddnos posted:

    Ok, so the good news is that though m;y tdoc ended up having to have a masectomy after all, in the end, she does not have to do radiation or chemotherapy -she just has to have hormone treatment for the next 5-10 years, and the doctors believe that the chance of breat cancer reoccuring is very low!!

    She has already started back to work this week, and I get to see her the 12th of March! Wooooooo hoooooo! I'm so happy for her!

    Forgiveness is letting go of the hope that the past could have been any different --Unknown
    skypper responded:
    That is fantastically great news my dear!!!! Give goold ole tdoc a big hug from your sis skyp when you see her & tell I'm hoping for her rooting for her to kick cancers booty!!!!
    When nothing's going right, go left!
    ddnos replied to skypper's response:
    lol thank you so much michelle!

    Forgiveness is letting go of the hope that the past could have been any different --Unknown
    slik_kitty responded:
    ddnos replied to slik_kitty's response:
    yeah, eh?

    Forgiveness is letting go of the hope that the past could have been any different --Unknown
    monkeybee replied to ddnos's response:
    That's awesome; excellent news!
    jselleck replied to monkeybee's response:
    So happy for her!!! That's really good news. I've had two members of my mom's side of the family die from cancer and two survive. It's a lousy disease. Luckily I didn't inherit the Braca gene, so my chances of getting it are low. Still I've had some scares even at my age. Luckily it was all chalked up to a dang reaction to the deodorant I was using. Guess I used too many different brands as a kid and now can only use Suave. At least it's inexpensive!!!!


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