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    Bug wrote on mugalisha's wall

    Hi, mugalisha! I see you're new to the web site. You have found a great resource here. There are a lot of really wonderful people on this web site - very kind, helpful, and supportive. I hope you find as much support here as I have. I bet you will. Take care.

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    suemartin wrote on mugalisha's wall

    Hi! My name is Sue and I live in Davenport also. I was diagnosed with breast cancer 6 years ago, had surgery and chemo and doing well now. Have you been in contact with Gilda's club? They have some great programs. Unfortunately due to COVID our in-person support groups are not meeting. Gildas has some online meetings. Feel free to contact me with any questions! And good luck!!!!

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    lynn1950 wrote on mugalisha's wall

    Keep the faith.

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    mugalisha shared an experience

    Radiation (External radiation )

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    Procedure or Surgery

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    mugalisha shared an experience

    Drug or Chemo Therapy (Chemotherapy): I was very tired and good tasted like nothing low energy

    • MLT's Avatar

      You can do this! Lots of rest, drink your water, try to keep your nutrition up.

      about 1 month ago
    • MarcieB's Avatar

      I think it's helpful to find a few things you can count on tho taste good to you (or at least, very close to normal). I could not eat anything with tomato - not even a little bit! But,I could eat most anything that was milk based. All kinds of cereal. And smoothies made with banana, frozen strawberries and milk (I added protein powder). I could also enjoy the chicken noodle soup from Panera Bread.

      about 1 month ago
    • petieagnor's Avatar

      I tried to eat healthy; no junk. Sometimes, it was a Ritz cracker w/crunchy peanut butter. It was a plus if it went down & stayed there. Lots of oatmeal, too. Eat what tastes good; if it's healthy that's a plus.

      21 days ago