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Reply by moderator | modératrice
18 Aug 2013, 12:34 PM
Cyn,
So good to hear from you. Thanks for sending the update. It is amazing what can give us a sense of relief or calm and hope during such times. If it is the fact that chemo is plant-based, then so be it.  

It sounds like you and husband will have a fair amount of driving to and from treatments. I'm glad the Canadian Cancer Society can help out when you need it.

Do your doctors and nurses know that you live on a farm? How much does he have to stay away from animals? No touching at all or just not cleaning out stalls, litter boxes and the such? 
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Reply by cyncan
18 Aug 2013, 12:43 PM
Yes - a lot of driving but it will be manageable I believe. 
As for the animals - I am not sure since I was not present during that conversation and my husband tends to overdramatize. According to him - he should not even be in the same vicinity ... however, when we got home on Friday he spent about 2 hours with the horses. I am, though, taking over the chores as much as possible.

Cyn 
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Reply by harshtiwari
28 Feb 2018, 3:39 PM
my friend is diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer and lung cancer stage 4 life expectancy is only 1 to 2 percent .
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Reply by NatR
28 Feb 2018, 8:25 PM
Dear Harshtiwari,

what a shock to hear news that comes out of the blue
just reading that sentence I can only imagine how it affected you

can you share a bit more about your friend? are you a caregiver for him or her?  
I know this news is devastating
how can we support you?
Please do write again and let us know how you are copinG and what your friends situation is - are they at home or in hospital ?

we are here to listen and let you know you aren’t alone
best wishes and thanks for contacting us here
NatR 
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