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judy22
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Joined: Apr 2002

My breast ca went to the liver and last week I found out that there is now 2 tumors in the lung. Do any of you know of a site that I could find some information about this. I am the one the dr didn't bother to tell this to and I see him Wed and I want to be loaded for bear. thanks Judy

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martyzl
Posts: 196
Joined: Jun 2002

...and now, dearest Judy... we want to know just where you intend to hang his hide!?!?

*soft smiles* Ok, we'll find something. Are you using visualizations as well? Know that YOU can kick this out. Slow it, stop it. Let it go. Believe in yourself, first.

You are the first and most important in this battle/adventure/journey. Remember that. Fear has no place in us. I am dealing with it right now.. it sits there, knocking at the door and peeking into my windows... I tell it to go away, no time to play with it today... persistant little bugger... *grumbles*

We are with you every step, every moment, every thought.
Much love,
Marty *tight hugs 'til you squeal*

24242
Posts: 1417
Joined: Mar 2001

Hi Judy
I am sorry that your journey continues and that your doctor didn't bother to tell you. I have found a new site thanks to this newsletter, cure.com you might also want to just try other sites for cancer there is plenty of information out there.
I have found cancerbackup.org and bccancer.bc.ca also for informative. You can type specific cancer in search engine and come up with a whole pile of sites to try. Alternative therapies can be found the same way.
I am learning there is allot in each and every breath we take. How we breathe is important and something that isn't talked allot about. Deep breathing and deep exhaling important.
Hang in there Judy so much more is going on than we will ever know. Reading things like simple abundance and illuminata can help us be more grateful for what we do have instead of thinking what we don't or miss.
Hope to talk to you one day,
Tara24242

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shirlann
Posts: 235
Joined: Oct 2001

Hi, honey there is a wonderful site on AOL called Stage IV Amazons. Dozens of women post, get a disc from your local software store or just put AOL in your search engine and ask for a "trial". This should give you 500 hours for free. You will be amazed. Clinical trials, lots of very good advice and hundreds of women who are doing just fine after years of mets. Just what you need to hear! Gentle hugs, Shirlann

shirlann
Posts: 235
Joined: Oct 2001

Hi, honey there is a wonderful site on AOL called Stage IV Amazons. Dozens of women post, get a disc from your local software store or just put AOL in your search engine and ask for a "trial". This should give you 500 hours for free. You will be amazed. Clinical trials, lots of very good advice and hundreds of women who are doing just fine after years of mets. Just what you need to hear! Gentle hugs, Shirlann

prayerangel
Posts: 150
Joined: Jun 2002

Do you have Dr. Susan Love's Breast Book? You can find every answer in there. I don't exactly know what you want to talk to your doctor about. I don't understand him not telling you. How did you find out?

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