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  • Forum Post: Dad has Small Cell Lung Cancer, Emphysema and a Tumour on 12th Vertebrae

    Hi all, I just need some information/support. Unsure where else to turn as this situation has torn my whole family apart, and as patient as my boyfriend has been, he just doesn't understand. It's a long story so I'll try and be quick. When I was 11 my parents separated. When I was...
  • Forum Post: HOW DO I SUPPORT MY PARTNER WHOSE MOTHER HAS CANCER?

    My partner and I moved in together 3 months ago. We have been in a long distance relationship for 4 years and he moved away from his area to live with me in our new home. Prior to this he was living with his mother before we could move in together. Last week his mum collapsed at home after having...
  • Forum Post: Re: Just a bad day

    Jujuju, Good for you off to work, that is great. Stick with it, and keep doing your normal things as long as possible. Can I just say Alrose is a huge inspiration to me, so full of useful advise and so open and honest. My 'story' is my hubbie has small cell lung cancer, diagnosed April...
  • Forum Post: Cancer VS Food

    Hi, my Dad's just been diagnosed with SCLC and he's started his chemotherapy. I was just wondering what views people have in regards to diet helping with the treatment of cancer. There are a lot of foods out there that can supposedly help to fight off cancer; green tea, certain vegetables, etc...
  • Forum Post: A little information and some advice please?

    Hello, I just signed up today after a bit of a devasting weekend. My Dad's been diagnosed with Small Cell Lung Cancer. After a tearful couple of days, I've decided to reach out and ask for some information and support. So basically my Dad started feeling unwell about a month ago, he got a really...
  • Blog Post: Not Cured, but gone for the moment

    Hey all, On Thursday Mum received some quite amazing news following the conclusion of her chemo, radiotherapy and final x-rays and CT scans: "There are no cancer cells in your body Mrs Rogers" Of course it was swiftly followed up by the stats for the recurrence of this sort of cancer, and...
  • Blog Post: Mum's Progress!

    Hey all, Been a while since I last blogged - but just wanted to update with some good news really. Mum has now had 4 sessions of chemotherapy. After the first 3 they changed the recipe slightly to E&C which is quite heavy going, as the drugs can have an effect of the kidneys so they have to be...
  • Blog Post: Awkward times ahead

    Well, I have fallen out with my Mum's Husband, Neil. Or "Saint Neil" as we all refer to him. He has always been very posessive of my Mum. If she is caught so much as talking to another man he will have a tantrum and a sulk. Or if she talks about her past, he will get all queer with her...
  • Blog Post: MY FIRST EVER WEB BLOG AND IT'S ON A CANCER WEBSITE

    Hello to everyone, I always thought i would get round to blogging one day but I never thought my first ever web blog would be on a cancer website. My mum who is 64, has been in a wheelchair for the last 6yrs due to COPD {pulmonary emphysema}, last June 12th (her 43rd wedding anniversary) she suffered...
  • Blog Post: MY FIRST EVER WEB BLOG AND IT'S ON A CANCER WEBSITE

    Hello to everyone, I always thought i would get round to blogging one day but I never thought my first ever web blog would be on a cancer website. My mum who is 64, has been in a wheelchair for the last 6yrs due to COPD {pulmonary emphysema}, last June 12th (her 43rd wedding anniversary) she suffered...
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