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    Wildwoman wrote on barryboomer's wall

    Hey Barry boomer does my goodwill and the number below indicate your followers? You must be a celebrity,
    I can see why, your very postive, thanks for all the support you give

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    Wildwoman wrote on Fredcat's wall

    Hi just wanted to let you know we all go through this journey different ways. We need survivors like you to give hope to others just staring their journey. It is perfectly normal to have different feelings every day. It is also an adjustment to go from treatment to no treatment. Hang in there and continue to share your thoughts so we can all continue to help you

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      Fredcat

      Wildwoman - Thank you. The support of this group has meant so much.

      over 6 years ago
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    Wildwoman asked a questionBone Cancer

    Living with cancer

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      BoiseB

      I have somewhat the opposite problem. My friends and family mostly my family keep reminding me that I have two cancers (one stage IV the other stage II grade 3), I just say I feel cured therefore I am cured. Perhaps it is because I don't physically look so good. I will admit cancer did age me. I do try to put make-up on look my best,

      over 6 years ago
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      BoiseB

      These comments actually make me feel better. Although I really don't like to be reminded that I have cancer. So statements like you look good for someone with cancer is not really helpful.

      over 6 years ago
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      LiveWithCancer

      I STILL tell people they look great when they do. And, I am 100% fine with hearing the same. I DO look good for someone who is battling stage IV lung cancer ... and I am GLAD I don't look sick. I am delighted that I am still able to do things I love to do. Sure, I have a deadly disease, but from the outside, my weight is (too) good, my coloring is good, I have hair, I wear a smile most of the time, I do look good to be a cancer patient. I suspect it shocks people to hear I have cancer. Is that bad? Not to me!

      over 6 years ago