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Very sorry to hear this about your mum. I haven't any experience of this type, but my thought would be to give Kate Farnell a call at the Butterfly Thyroid Cancer Trust. There is always hope in everything, great you and your GP are seeking that hope.
All the best
Sorry to hear that the worst is almost confirmed.
It's definitely a good idea to see what other options are out there and lolabean is right to recommend you speak to Kate. I was going to post her contact details here, but I see she already found you on Twitter. So definitely get in touch with her before anyone else. If there's anything that can be done, she'll know about it.
I hope she's doing better after the infection and is continuing to improve. My fingers are definitely crossed for her.
Just as a reminder, make sure you're looking after yourself at this time too. It's easy to focus on the one with the diagnosis and forget about yourself until it's too late and you've made yourself ill too. So make sure to take some time and check in on yourself each day too.
Good luck, and you know where we are if you need to vent or chat!
I have no medical training, everything I post is an opinion or educated guess. It is not medical advice.
Thank you all for your help. Sadly my Mom passed away Tuesday morning after a short but terrible battle with Anaplastic Thyroid Cancer. She was given 3-6 months but unfortunately lasted two weeks. My Mom was transferred to a hospice on Sunday to see if they could help with her breathing but unfortunately she never returned home.
my family is devastated how quickly this has all happened- it feels like a bad dream how this horrific disease took hold of my Mom in such a short period.
I hope that there will soon be treatments for this evil cancer to give people hope.
I wish you all the best.
I’m so terribly sorry to see your devastating news. The only way you can think about it, is that she didn’t suffer long with this. To watch your mum deteriorating over the next few months would have been soul destroying.
Sending you a big hug.
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Hey there Mark,
I am so sorry to hear this news. My thoughts are with you and your family at this time.
If you need to talk, we're here. Alternatively there is a group on the forum for people who have lost family to cancer, so you'll be able to talk to people in similar situations to yourself.
Take care of yourself.
I am so so sorry to hear this .
Sending you my deepest condolances and a massive hug to you and family. xx
I'm a new member and haven't been involved with your posts but just wanted to offer my sincere condolences at this difficult a very painful time for you and your family.
My best wishes
Thank you all for your support.
Do you know where I can find the group where people have lost loved ones?
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