So 5 years ago, I had just started uni was 19 and my auntie was diagnosed with multiple myeloma - one of the most horrific types of cancer I thought you could get.
She under went chemo, radiation, stem cell treatment and other operations.
Sadly she passed away 2 years ago in July.
A few months ago my other auntie was diagnosed with Bladder Cancer, it feels like a vicious circle that is never ending.
I didn't and still don't understand any of the technical jargon they throw at you all I understand is its not fair.
Hello Pufc94 and welcome to the community, although sorry to hear the reason you find yourself here. Very sad to hear of the loss of your auntie and it is understandable how you feel now your other auntie has bladder cancer. Please be aware that bladder cancer can be treated successfully and the earlier it is caught the better. If you have any more information about your auntie's treatment we should be able to help you understand. Best wishes.
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