• Dancing With Cancer For The 4th Time

    Asked by GregP_WN on Sunday, December 8, 2019

    Dancing With Cancer For The 4th Time

    I have a bit more about my diagnosis with a few more details. I will be trying to keep up with regular updates as we move through the next year or so. I encourage each of you to write about your diagnosis, treatments, side effects, as well as any issues that arise from you having cancer and treatments. The more information you can share, the more you will be helping others that will be diagnosed with your type of cancer in the future that may drop by looking to read about the likely treatments and procedures that they could expect. You can use as much space as you like by posting an Update from your home page. It's like your own personal blog page. Please use it freely! Here is my first post>> http://bit.ly/2PotCqw

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    • GregP_WN's Avatar

      Thank you all for your positive thoughts and well wishes. As of today, I still don't have a date for the surgery. I'm sure they are verifying insurance, again.....I mean, they have verified it 3 times this month alone, what more to they need? Anyway, in the meantime, Donna and I are researching things that we will need after this surgery. It's going to be a life-changer for sure. We are looking at recipes for feeding tubes, different blenders to use and it seems like a hundred other things.

      2 months ago
    • MLT's Avatar

      You are so brave! I know researching is a big part of our lives now. Praying for you and family.

      2 months ago
    • NeckCancer's Avatar

      Sorry for your latest diagnosis. I hope you do well with this one like you have before.

      about 1 month ago

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