Apr 05, 2008 - 8:05 am
a family member is a survivor of chilhood cancer. Now a mid-30-something with two children there are much more demands on her life. Unfortunately, while she does very well, the radiation and the childbirths have taken a toll. The radiation has destroyed her teethe and her salivary glands. In fact she can barely swallow, even liquids, and that's after several balloon surgeries forcing her to eat out of a feeding tube. At this stage in her life, and a a divorcee, single mom, she would like to enjoy her life and her family, go out and enjoy a meal and put on some extra weight to have even more strength and energy to take care of her family. The family is willing to go anywhere in the world. Is there anyone who is also going through this and can make some suggestions or is there anyone who can direct us further. We would really love to surprise her and find her some hope.