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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!
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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.