• Enter a summary of your question here Can you tell me how to respond to those nice people who responded to my questions??

    Asked by liebemutter on Thursday, December 6, 2012

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    Can you tell me how to respond to those nice people who responded to my questions??

    In fact, my surgeon chairs the Cancer Institute of a very big hospital and he is recognised as a prominent contributor and winner of various awards and up there with his affiliations. FYI, I have never been diagnosed with cancer before, but with other serious illness in 2009 being hospitalised for 2 months from which I was in a 23 days of medical coma, woke up, paralysed and sent to nursing home. After about a month, by God's grace, I could use my body parts again. I thanked the Doctor and the Rehab dept. there that made it possible for me to walk out of the nursing home after 1 1/2 month with a cane. Oh regarding after the surgeries due to cancer, the masectomy took my right breast off as it was affected by breast cancer. To be frank, I have been pretty confused because I have been feeling much better after being told I was cancer-free. But would it affect my future health should "cancer-free" be equal to "cancer in remission"?? Please enlighten me! Thanks!
    Liebemutter

    2 Answers from the Community

    • nancyjac's Avatar
      nancyjac

      You can either do it as an "answer" to your own question, or you can go each individual's home page by clicking on their user name and then leave a comment on their wall.

      almost 5 years ago
    • FreeBird's Avatar
      FreeBird

      Hello. You can go to the question you asked, and use the "help the community by answering this question" area to enter a response. Or I think on your own home page, if you find your question there, there may be a response link to click. It's been so long since I asked a question I cannot recall exactly what it said. Or if you want to respond to a person directly, you can click on their name, go to their page and comment on their page.

      almost 5 years ago

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