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Jenisis
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Date Joined Jun 2007
Total Posts : 339
   Posted 8/4/2007 2:18 PM (GMT -7)   
Hello Ladies. I'm here from the Lyme disease section of this site, and decided to look around and see what people are experienceing with their personal battles. This is the first forum I've come to just to give well wishes and to tell you all to please, oh please stay as possitive as you can. To all of the sufferes, to ones that we've lost, and to the ones that are unsure, and have just been diagnosed. My heart goes out to you,I will share your pain, but I'll also share my energy and light with you, and pray that peace and healing stays with you every stap of the way. My Aunt died 2 years ago from this awful, ridiculous, filthy disease. She was working on trying to get pregnant at 38, but instead a lump was found and she had one of her breast taken away from her...2 weeks later, another lump was found and all of her female reproductive system  was taken from her. Needless to say, her dream of being a mother went away at that point. She did great for 1 year until the day came that she found another lump on her shoulder. I was told she smirked, looked at her husband and said "My battle is over, the disease won, checkmate." 1 week later, she left this Earth. Too many times we hear horrific stories of courageous, strong willed women losing ther battle with this evil thing called breast cancer. I wish Cancer in general could be eradicated, "But why control it, when it controls the population?" Says the government.
I know nothing about this disease, but I am a female, and I can be stricken too, but my name will be added to the fighters list as well...regardless if I win or not. Drink a lot of water ladies, and take in your daily amonut of natural Sea Salt, and Vitamin C. These are healers, and it just might help you like its helped tons of others. Remember, salt cures, and it it keep meat from spoiling. Imagine what it can do for your body.
I wish all of you well, and to keep your head up. I offer you a bottle of brillant light to keep in your hearts everyday, and my love. No need to respond, just well wishes, and stay brave. We're women, that's what we do ;)
Stay well, and stay blessed.
Brainfog is cruel.


gma
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Date Joined Jul 2003
Total Posts : 2921
   Posted 8/9/2007 7:55 AM (GMT -7)   
Thank you for your nice message. I'm so sorry about your aunt. Breast cancer is an ugly disease for sure, as are all the cancer diseases. We do have a wonderful group of women here who have lived through various stages and degrees of the disease and are fighting every day. Everyone hopes for a cure asap. Just be sure to preach awareness and to do self exams, have annual checkups and annual mammograms!! Early detection is a good thing! Hugs MK


Jenisis
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Date Joined Jun 2007
Total Posts : 339
   Posted 8/10/2007 11:03 AM (GMT -7)   
Thank you so much :)
Brainfog is cruel.

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