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Good luck for Thursday, i hope the outcome is good for you & that you are offered a trachelectomy.
Let me know how you get on; that's if you don't mind. xx
well all you lovely ladies reading your stories and how young you all seem to be puts me in perspective im 70 this year 3 years ago i had cancer of the eye 3 ops to clear it up last summer i was diagnosed with prostate cancer 35 days treatment with less than 50% of beating it im down to normal but still on implants now ive been told i have lung cancer start treatment tomorrow biggest worry my haie failing out i still have a full head of hair but im told i wont lose any ha ha ha now ive been told i also have a lump in the neck which they will investigate after the chemo 3 months and radio 5 weeks if im still alive im a joker about whats happening to me i can only do the treatment and keep smiling all the time i know its difficult especially when your young and maybe have young children but support from family and friends not doom and gloom faces remember the more happy you are it helps your recovery a lot quicker
Roger George Carr
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