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ManWithaMission
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Ladies, I'll be needing the Pink Bus tomorrow when I start my new Chemo treatment for mets to liver. I get to use my new port. Yea! Please bring plenty of food and drinks with you. Don't worry about making to much noise, I may be sleeping most fo the time. HAHAHAHAAAA!!

Robert

New Flower
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Joined: Aug 2009

Coming with red wine from California

positives thoughts are coming your way

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coco2008
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I'll be there with ham sandwiches.  My prayers are with you.

Sandy

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fauxma
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Not sure what I will bring but I will be there.  Oh, I will bring you a cozy blankie to keep you warm and a soft pillow for your head.  Buses can be so bouncy you know.

Stef

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sandra4611
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Joined: Sep 2013

I'm bringing margaritas and enchiladas from here in San Antonio. I'll even bring a pinata and we can write "cancer" all over it, then take turns wacking it...HARD! Good luck tomorrow.

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Double Whammy
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I'm on board, Robert.  I missed the last time.  I'll bring some cupcakes.

Suzanne

Brat3826
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Joined: Apr 2009

I will be there with you too... any requests for something yummy?  What is your comfort food of choice?  ((HUGS)) Shannon

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VickiSam
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sorry - if I am a bit rowdy, but I need to keep those nurses and staff on their toes!  Bringing enough alcohol for everyone, and a few snacks.

Strength, Courage and HOPE for a Cure.

Vicki Sam

 

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SIROD
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I will bring Lobster Rolls.  I am having my treatment of Taxol tomorrow.  They usually give me a sandwich, fruit cup, chips, chocolate chip cookie, ginger ale or water.  Usually I sleep or read.

So I will the there in my thoughts and hope the whole procedure will go fast and uneventful.

Usually for me it takes 4 hours.  The first time, they stop after giving you so much and wait to see if you have a reaction, if you don't, they hook you up again.  It might take a little longer.  

Best wishes,

Doris

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mollyz
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I'm so glad i came on today cause i would have missed it also, but you know I'll be there, I'm bringing something healthy Robert,maybe some fruit or something. Good luck tomorrow and know we all will be thinking of you and praying for you..~~MollyZ~~

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lintx
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Please let us know how it went.  Thinking of you.  Linda

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Barb A
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Joined: Jun 2009

Being from Wisconsin, I'll bring the cheese and the beer!

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teresa41
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Joined: Jun 2009

Im thinking of you Robert !

 

 

teresa 

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hope67
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Joined: Apr 2013

I am sending a lot of positive thoughts your way. Dear Robert, first let me say that I am very very sorry for this new diagnosis. I hope you are coping ok with all this. And I hope that the chemo wasn't too hard on you.

Hugs, Carmen

disneyfan2008
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Joined: Oct 2010

I just read this..I missed the bus..how was it?

lots of noise

Denise

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CypressCynthia
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Robert, I missed the bus, but you know I was there!  Been feeling a bit off (cold and possibly another outbreak of shingles...sigh).  I had chemo today (herceptin and perjeta).  It works well (NAED), but I am pooped today.  Big hugs and prayers that all has gone well.  Keep in touch!

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CypressCynthia
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I bumped into a couple of interesting articles about how isolating breast cancer can be and I thought that I might share.  I am so glad you are present on the board!  Until my favorie male pediatrician (back in ~1990) disclosed his awful family hisory of breast cancer, I had no idea it was a male disease.  It is so important to get your point of view because there are other men out there afraid and alone.  Kudos for your bravery!

http://www.smh.com.au/national/support-groups-exclude-men-with-breast-cancer-20131030-2wh7t.html

https://www.tennessean.com/article/20131201/NEWS/312010086/

sbmly53
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Joined: Jan 2010

I am so sorry I missed the bus. I hope your day went as well as could be. 

I just got a new cookie cookbook, next time we'll try a few of those recipes.

 

Big hugs,

 

Sue

 

sbmly53
Posts: 1470
Joined: Jan 2010

Ugh! Double post

 

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LoveBabyJesus
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Joined: Jan 2011

Robert -- I am so sorry I missed the bus. I hope your first treatment went smoothly and you get little to no side effects. Please let us know how you do.

I have you in my prayers.

 

XOXO

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