Strange coincidence. I thinks dad's cancer was diagnosed at the end of 2000.I was 4 months earlier - thankfully we both made it out the other end
My sister in law went on to study Latin a uni at an advanced level (ie beyond first year). That got her tutoring work for exchange students, apparently Germans still learn Latin, and first years, as well as some research work. It was eye opening to find it isn't such a dead language after all.Ok so did you actually get anything out of Latin other then bonus points for your Uni entry score?
If you don't mind me asking, what repercussions have you had from this?I have had Osteomyelitis at my forehead, which means an infection of bone. (why I always have a fringe)
It would be a very lonely thread.
Would gladly shout a round for the big C survivors.
Good luck with the chemo. There are lots of AFFers that are doctors. If you have any hassles, just ask.Not a survivor as yet but hope to be... Am currently fighting Hodgkin Lymphoma and have been undergoing chemo for last 6 months.
Found this forum (& new love of everything relating to FF miles/points) whilst going through treatment. Planning a trip to Paris, Rome, Amalfi Coast with my partner next year once I'm all clear
Still learning so much and am thankful for all the helpful posts/threads & AFF members. Has been a positive distraction from the nastiness of having cancer.
so long as it's not in the joint and you're 'young' probably not a huge drama so long as it's not also associated with TB and is caught reasonably early. How did it start?If you don't mind me asking, what repercussions have you had from this?
I have it on my ankle from MRSA infection and no one will really explain or let me know what issues I will have in the future....
Thanks....so long as it's not in the joint and you're 'young' probably not a huge drama so long as it's not also associated with TB and is caught reasonably early. How did it start?
You have no lymph nodes - surely not, otherwise you may be in trouble . I hope you meant that there was nothing found in the lymph nodes, which is cause for positive feelings.Well I'm not a survivor as such, but last month as part of some examinations for an unknown illness the doc sent me for a CT Scan to check for Lymph nodes and I'm pleased to say there are none, which I think means no cancer.
I suppose it depends on how one accepts it and the prognosis. I have always been an eternal optimist.I admire the strength and courage of not just those who have survived but also their families and friends, it must be a very difficult thing to deal with, and I commend you all.