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    Nancyb wrote on Harry's wall

    Harry was sorry to hear your recent diagnosis. I just finished my own chemo last week. But I to respond because after a year and a half of chemo and radiation for bone cancer that had reecurred because of breast cancer many years ago my cousin was told she is in remission. She was told when it started she wasn't treatable. My point is hang in there. All things are possible when you strongly believe they are. Good luck with your treatment Harry. I will be thinking about you and ppraying for you.

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    You are so down. Sorry you are struggling. Chemo is tougher than most people expect until they experience. There is a light at the end of the tunnel. Don't give up. The depression and meloncholy you are experiencing is from the chemo. Ask you Dr to help you with that. Try hard to find the positives. This will help you feel better. So sorry you are so sad. Praying for you.

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    Drug or Chemo Therapy (Chemotherapy): For my personal experience I have had several issues that have caused me additional problems. Chemo fever pancratitis constant hives pnuemonia. And the usual chemo effects. Horrible taste issues extreemeely painful intestinal issues. Severe bone pain. And extreme weakness. But don't get me wrong. I am a very blessed woman. I am alive and going to get. Better. And I have the most amazing family for support. And the most loving giving sister I will never be able to repay for all she's done for me

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    Decision Point (Other): The web site is not working properly. I had a single complete mastectomy. Of the right breasted on July 17. Ii became extremely ill due to my surgeon giving me medications I was allergic too. Ended up with a long stay in hospital as results. Be acutely aware of what mere you are receiving folks. If you. Can't make. Sure someone you trust is on top of it. You are sick enough. You do not need someone to make it worse for you.

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      Surgery was extremely truamatic because I was given Mersey allergic to by surgeon who knew I was allerrgic which resulted in an experience of horror

      about 4 years ago