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    It's official Cancer XXX up the holidays for me. I didn't get to spend Thanksgiving with my mom and now she tells me we won't be celebrating Christmas either :(

    • Lirasgirl33's Avatar

      Oh no. So sorry to hear that. :( Sending hugs.

      over 4 years ago
    • GregP_WN's Avatar

      Sorry for that, chalk another one up for cancer, but we just have to keep fighting and not let it win. Holidays are hard when dealing with cancer.

      over 4 years ago
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    Hello there Lexi, I don't know much about cancer considering It didn't decide to get close and personal till a year ago. But I did take care of my Grandmother everyday for the last breathe of her life. So (I hope it doesn't get to that point in your partners life) but if it does I'm here if you need to talk. :)

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    Cancer is so limited !
    It cannot cripple Love.
    It cannot shatter Hope.
    It cannot corrode Faith.
    It cannot destroy Peace.
    It cannot kill Friendship.
    It cannot suppress Memories.
    It cannot silence Courage.
    It cannot invade the Soul.
    It cannot steal eternal Life.
    It cannot conquer the Spirit.

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    Well tomorrow my daughter is turning 3. Knowing my Grandma won't be there tomorrow at her party is totally breaking my heart. I'll probably never forget how she was so anxious to meet Layla :( And how when the nurses let my family in the room she was crying and shoving food in my mouth at the same time :( There is so many dirty/nasty things I would say to Cancer if Cancer was a person!!

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    4HeartsBroken asked a questionPancreatic Cancer

    Have you ever heard of a mentally handicapped person on chemotherapy?

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    • Blue's Avatar

      I agree with Tracy. Your Uncle will likely need a patient advocate, like a family member, to accompany him to his chemotherapy treatment and, if it is possible, to explain beforehand what he will be experiencing with the friendly doctor and doctor's helpers. In the long run, it will make him feel better. Your uncle should be given the same care as anyone with the same condition and the oncologist and staff will help guide you and him through the process.

      almost 5 years ago
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      Hi Heather. Is this the same uncle with pancreatic cancer, and if it is, do they think it's the pancreatic cancer spreading or a new cancer?

      almost 5 years ago
    • carm's Avatar

      Yes it happens more than you know. As long as his POA consents, the nurses will do whatever it takes to help him get the treatment. I have had lots of patients in oncology and in end of life with that issue. Best of luck, Carm RN.

      almost 5 years ago