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  • @KitKat Hi Catherine, Thank you so much for letting us know how you got on, especially as you have had very long days and a lot of travelling. It sounds as though you have a brilliant team looking after you, it is reassuring when you actually do …
  • @kaz01 Hi Kaz, My heart does go out to you, I can empathise with you feeling so far away from your grandson and the feeling of not being able to do much to help him. I know you are feeling very anxious, but you must take care of you too, you know …
  • @Jojodot , @RobertA Hi, thank you so much for your lovely words, they moved me to tears this morning. I hadn’t been able to reply until now. Yes I am sunshinedaff also, LouiseJ is my moderator profile. I switch between the two depending on which de…
  • @Jojodot Hi, I hope your appointment yesterday went as well as it could have and have been able to find out the finer details of diagnosis and hopefully the treatment plan and order of things. When the drs give you a whole lot of information at th…
  • @KitKat , @Jojodot Hi Catherine, I know things are moving fast for you, it can happen that way, like being in the middle of a whirlwind with no way out! I am glad the hospital called and your chemo is confirmed to begin next week. I hope tomorrow…
  • @lesley, @RobertA , @Anneb Hi Lesley, Lovely to hear from you! 😊 Rob's photos are great aren't they! Especially his gorilla impression, although he looks pretty tame and friendly to me! Hope you have had a good weekend and not been too blown about…
  • @Davidvalletta Hi David, I just wanted to welcome you to the community, I am very sorry to hear about your wife’s diagnosis. I can understand how you both must be very anxious. It is a very stressful time especially in the early days of diagnosis.…
  • @Pete1 Hi Pete, Welcome to the community, I am really so sorry to hear of everything you have gone through and now even more treatments ahead of you without an end in sight. It truly sounds horrendous, you have endured a lot of suffering. Are you…
  • @kaz01 Hi Kaz, That is very hard news to hear about the extent of the cancer. These decisions we need to make regarding cancer treatment etc and which direction to take are not easy. If conventional treatments are not available for your grandson,…
  • @LindsayB22 Hi Lindsay, I am so pleased that the phone call , although something to watch, does not require immediate intervention. You must be very relieved, I am sure. And breathe....... I do hope this weekend has been brighter for you, and you …
    in Results Comment by LouiseJ August 4
  • @RobertA , @Anneb , @Kim1966 Hello, good evening and welcome! ( in my David Frost accent🤣)....too old a joke??? Probably🤣 Haha, Rob, that is exactly how I imagined Margy being kept cool! 😁. Hoovering over three floors does not sound like fun, howev…
  • @kaz01 Hi Kaz, I am really sorry to hear about your grandson’s recent diagnosis. Being so far away from family at a time like this is very hard and you probably are wondering what on earth you can do to help. @RobertA , Rob suggestion about face t…
  • @Anneb , @RobertA I have tried having a fan in the bedroom, but I find the noise so intruding! Last week I suggested that, but it was met with a resounding no! 😅. I still can’t get my head around the seasons being reversed Margy! Although I would q…
  • @LindsayB22 , @SusanW60 Hi Lindsay, You may have had a phone call already re your treatment, Sue put it so brilliantly about the chemo if that is what is required. It really is one day at a time, and you will be looked after so well through it, mo…
    in Results Comment by LouiseJ August 2
  • @MrBumpsMum Hi Vicky,  It is lovely to ‘meet’ you.  Thank you so much for sharing your story, I am so pleased for you that everything is working out well for you. You have been through so much since your first diagnosis and then to be diagnosed w…
  • @RobertA Hi Rob,  Yes it is, good to hear something positive. Sometimes I think we hear too often where drugs and treatments are not always available to everyone which is so disheartening. But this is good news indeed.  Always good to bring hope …
    in Good news.... Comment by LouiseJ July 27
  • @Anneb, @RobertA Good morning Margy, Rob, Well Margy, by now you have finished your first day at work, how was it? Hope everyone else is nice, of course, you have Beau there, but he is your boss, 😀.  You know how much I love seeing photos of wher…
  • Hi @GJ124, Welcome to the community, I am sorry to hear about your diagnosis. You have found a good place to get support and understanding to help you through this time. Even though you may have great support from family and friends, sometimes it i…
  • @Anneb, @RobertA,   Wow! Stunning photo Margy!! Love it!!  I know now there are two places to visit, Jersey and Albury!!  😀😀 Lou xx
  • @RobertA Morning Rob,  I hope you enjoyed celebrating England's win yesterday!  (sorry @Anneb , Margy, I know in your household you would not think it good!) You will be pleased to hear I have finally finished painting for the moment! I am so pl…
  • Hi Rob,  Wow! Such beautiful pics, what a lovely beach. Ahhh, wish I was there!  By now, you will have had your appointment, I hope that all went ok. I can imagine you are shattered, 24/7 entertaining is exhausting, no matter how much you enjoy it. …
  • Hi Rob, It is special isn't it. I found it early yesterday morning and when the family woke up I had them all listening to it..haha! 😊. Hope you are having a good day. Lou x
  • @Tiana Hi,  That is good news, as you say, your sister will be well looked after and she is in the right place. I hope the radiation treatment goes ok tomorrow, that soon she will be able to increase her food and fluid intake, and be more comfort…
  • @RobertA Hi Rob,  No doubt you have had a brilliant afternoon, lunching with the ladies. It has been beautiful again today.  Sat in the garden at the moment, enjoying the sun while watching the blackbird mum and dad teach the little ones. They a…
  • @Phil, @RobertA Hi Phil, I knew Rob would have all the information you need having been through all if this himself.   Reading through what Rob has posted, I have to say, I think you are very brave. Clearly, radiotherapy is so different depending…
  • @RobertA In  bed??   . Hahahaha 😂😂 'no stop button', don't let them catch you saying that! Lol!! 😃😃. Enjoy the relaxation, and rest ( well sort of rest).  Lou xx
  • @jacksprat_x1 Hi Jackie, Hope you are managing this week and the chemo effects haven't caused more problems.  Hopefully now, the gremlins have been evicted from here, so chatting won't be as frustrating as it has been recently! 😄 Hoping you are…
  • @RobertA Good afternoon Rob,  It has been another glorious start to the week here, expect you have it too in lovely Jersey! Hope you are having a fabulous time with Mary's sisters visiting. At least you now have an excuse for tea and cake and wine…
  • Good morning @Tiana, I am so very sorry to hear about your sister and the diagnosis. Has your sister been seen recently by her oncologist or medical team? Are they aware of the dramatic change in circumstances? If not I would suggest that you cont…
  • Good morning @Ange7 , Welcome to our lovely community, I am sorry to hear of your diagnosis, but it is good that the surgery and following meds will be sufficient to remove the cancer. You mentioned having a mastectomy and the lymph nodes removed a…