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In reply to the discussion: Cancer is a crapshoot. [View all]

TNNurse

(6,993 posts)
6. I could not agree with you more.
Sun Oct 16, 2022, 01:48 PM
Oct 2022

I got breast cancer at 62, I just turned 73. I have no children.

My friend and coworker got breast cancer at 45. She was finally married to the right guy (it took a few tries). She had a grandchild and a 14 yo son. She died at 46. She had good treatment, but got the wrong kind of cancer. She was diagnosed a few months before me and cried when I told her about mine.

It is truly a crapshoot.

Cancer is a crapshoot. [View all] murielm99 Oct 2022 OP
Yes, it is. Ferrets are Cool Oct 2022 #1
I wish I could help. murielm99 Oct 2022 #2
Thank you so much. Ferrets are Cool Oct 2022 #9
Best wishes and hopes for you irisblue Oct 2022 #3
Good luck snowybirdie Oct 2022 #4
good luck! Nt XanaDUer2 Oct 2022 #5
I could not agree with you more. TNNurse Oct 2022 #6
Sending love! MLAA Oct 2022 #7
... Solly Mack Oct 2022 #8
True. It also works if we leave off the shoot: Cancer is crap! Dark n Stormy Knight Oct 2022 #10
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