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This group is aimed only at people who have had an incurable diagnosis themselves, as we have had feedback that they would like a safe space to share their feelings openly among themselves.
If you have a loved one with incurable cancer, you are very welcome on the Online Community as a whole, but we would ask that you respect the wishes of people with incurable cancer and not post in this particular group. Instead, you will find really good support in the Carers group and the relevant cancer type group.
Saw my GP yesterday and he had the results of a CT scan had done because developed lymphoedema in one leg. I know he felt awful giving me the news that I had stuff ask over the place and I know learn more when I see the surgeon who did my original hysterectomy. But.....I am worried they will just say there is to much going on and they be won't able to be treat me. I am so worried I be able to cope, how have others managed?
My spelling is dreadful. That should have said I had stuff ask over the place.
I hope you have some good news from your scan.
You might want to try writing on a thread where people have more experience of what you're going through.
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