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My oldest daughter, Heather completed her radiation and her last chemo pill is tomorrow. She was diagnosed with colo-rectal cancer on March 1 and started her treatment on April 1. They want her to gain some of her strength back before her surgery, she lost 42 lbs. Drink up!!!

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That is good news, Yul. :D

 

Bottles, make mine a sasspirilla. I am still at work.

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I raise my glass iced tea to her and prayers for continued recovery.

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Now she needs to praise God and rest while she regains her strength as best she can before moving on with her treatments. Chemo and radiation take a terrible toll on your body 

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1 hour ago, Henry T Harrison said:

Now she needs to praise God and rest while she regains her strength as best she can before moving on with her treatments. Chemo and radiation take a terrible toll on your body 

Yes they do.

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Congrats, Yul!!!  Prayers up for a successful surgery and a complete recovery.

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Congrats to your daughter!!;)

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Things are looking up. She meets with the surgeon on Tuesday and he’ll tell her what’s next. Her oncologist says she’s very confident that the chemo and radiation did the trick and the tumor can be removed.

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Congratulations, will keep her in our prayers.

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Congrats to your Daughter. I'm all in for prayers, as her recovery continues. 

 

Make it Jameson's, neat. 

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That’s great!!

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Prayers, good thoughts, and hopes for a complete and speedy recovery.  

 

Double Pendleton, please.

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You've brought a damp eyed grin to this greying old granddad's face!

Thank you, Yul, this is the best news I've heard in a very long time!

Water clear, and not over 30 days old!

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Prayers heading south from the northern side of the Medicine Line for Heather.

 

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Great news Yul, Prayers Up for Heather's continued recovery. Wonderful

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