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Source: (consider it) Thread: Cancer SUCKS
Piglet
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Evil cancer has taken another friend - a chap whose sister and I were big mates when I still lived at home.

He was only 48. Fuck, fuck, fuckity fuck. [Frown]

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Sandemaniac
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Arrived back from holiday to find a letter from a friend telling me that her husband had died from bile duct cancer in April, and this was the first time she'd felt able to tell me.

Fuck you cancer, and fuck you again and again.

AG

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Lamb Chopped
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And now it's my brother-in-law.

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Qoheleth.

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Add to the list C diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer, married to A for only 20 months. [Mad]

And this in a congregation with at least four other members already undergoing chemo/radiotherapy.

[ 12. July 2014, 20:55: Message edited by: Qoheleth. ]

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Now it has claimed Ken. RIP friend. You were far too young.

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DonLogan2
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How cathartic this will be.

I never knew how much I should have appreciated my mother in law until she goes and gets her second and terminal case of bowel cancer. It allows people to say good bye and sort things out, but then it slowly corrupts the body internally and externally.

An awful way to go and I am hopeful that during this time when she was hooked up to the "driver" she had no pain and slowly drifted into God`s hands. Thank you for giving me my lovely wife and in turn my lovely daughter and I`m sorry you had to go so horribly.

Cancer does indeed suck!

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For Don, who will never have to deal with cancer again. Sometimes that is just the best thing to be able to say. He will be deeply missed.

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Miss 9, diagnosed with leukaemia on New Years Day, was helping her dad make chocolate brownies this afternoon. Chief help consisted of licking the beater . She did such a good job of this that I jokingly said it didn't need a wash. She missed the joke completely and told me it had to be washed as she was cytotoxic. From a nineyear old. [Frown]

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Fuck cancer. Found out last week that my uncle's bladder cancer is inoperable. I don't know what this means in terms of prognosis, but it doesn't sound good. Fuck that and fuck his GPs for not acting properly on the symptoms he presented *for years* that were indicative of bladder cancer. Fuck.

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Stercus Tauri
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At a funeral yesterday for a lively, lovable young woman who had inoperable lung cancer; metastasised to the brain; never smoked; three small children. Too much anger, too much grief to be able to make sense of this.

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lily pad
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Missing my mom - it's been ten years today - feels like ten minutes. [Votive] for a cure for cancer.

[ 10. September 2014, 13:18: Message edited by: lily pad ]

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ChastMastr
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[Votive]

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Caissa
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Within the hour, I will be attending the funeral of our oldest son's kindergarten teacher. She died of complications from cancer. Cancer fucking sucks.
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Piglet
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My friend and fellow-chorister J. is going into hospital this week for surgery following the diagnosis of thyroid cancer, which is just the most recent in a whole load of lemons thrown at her by Life.

She's a school-teacher and a singer: she needs for her throat to work.

Sodding cancer. [Mad]

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Patdys
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For 207 families.
Three months.

Fuck you cancer.
Fuck you death.

In our remembering.
In our tears,
in our laughter
and in our living,
you have lost.
Fuck you.

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Celtic Knotweed
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Saw a friend on the way home this evening and discovered that a mutual friend who I used to, and she still does, work with, has stage 2 cancer of the fibia. Damn.

Until last week she'd thought it was just her sciatica acting up. [Frown]

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Uncle Pete

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Aaaaaaauuuuuggggggggggghhhhhhhh!

[Votive]


[Mad]

Please pray for Barbara. This sucks!

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Patdys
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Noted, always noted.
Even when the bones are conflated, noted.

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So far this year, cancer has:

  • Screwed with the head of the long-term partner of one of our church members, to the extent that even when he heard the prognosis was good, he couldn't accept it and killed himself;
  • Revealed itself to have been masquerading as a bad back for another of our church members, when it fact it was an 18cm tumour;
  • Killed my aunt (just heard this evening).

So fuck you, cancer, and all the horrible, horrible ways you hide yourself and unleash misery.

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Amanda B. Reckondwythe

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I really would like to know what God was thinking when he allowed cancer to come into being.

My sister, who has never so much as looked at a cigarette let alone smoked one, was successfully treated for lung cancer over a year ago, but it has returned and has probably metastasized -- test results still pending. She is 64 years old and so will not qualify for Medicare until next year -- meanwhile she can't quit her job because that will be the end of her health insurance, and she can't afford to go on COBRA.

She is an unwed mother with a 25-year old son who has Asperger's syndrome and has yet to find a job or his place in the world. He is a very bright boy, very handsome, but is totally dependent on her. If anything should happen to her before he can come to terms with himself, I shudder to think of the consequences.

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Moo

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Miss Molly died of lung cancer although she had never smoked.

Moo

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hmm, yep. Cancer sucks. (oh hello, btw ship of fools, I haven't been here for AGES).

My experience of cancer this year has been "interesting". In March I was given a clean bill by my oncologist after being under surveillance for 9 years following treatment for lymphoma in 2005.

Unfortunately I was back on oncology's books within 2 months when I was diagnosed with a different type of cancer, sarcoma. I think I must've set some sort of record there for bouncing back. Must've missed them too much at oncology? :-P

Anyway, it just seemed to me like yet another example of how ridiculous life can be. I just have to laugh, if somewhat grimly! I'm coping with this by realising that it's a glass half-full situation: I could have died in 2005, yet I'm still here now.

And I can genuinely say I'm not angry at God,
He's not forgotten me, ignored me, laughed nastily at me or told me to get lost. He's still there and has answered prayers throughout this year. I am so grateful for our huge, loving, eternal God. THIS is what gets me through this.

Thanks for listening. God Bless.

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Uncle Pete

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FUCK, FUCK, FUCKETY FUCKING CANCER. IT'S KILLING MY FRIEND.

(AND THANK YOU, YES, I KNOW I'M SHOUTING)

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Rossweisse

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I am so tired of fighting. But I have to keep fighting. No surrender!

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Lamb Chopped
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please please fight. Wish I could fight with you...

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Oh, that you would rend the heavens and come down!

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Rossweisse

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You are, you do, LC!

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DangerousDeacon
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Mum has just been diagnosed with cancer. Prognosis is not good.

Fuck it. Fuck it. Fuck it.

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Evensong
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My 81 yo mum too DD. But prognosis good with treatment. [Votive] for you and your mum and fam.

Weird disease. Is it mostly a symptom of living longer? I mean I know younguns get it but that's more unusual isn't it?

Or do we just live in too toxic a world?

Weird.

[ 18. December 2014, 11:05: Message edited by: Evensong ]

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Rossweisse

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Evensong, having devoted a considerable amount of thought and research to that very question, I would say that cancer has come to the foreground because (a) people are living longer, for a variety of reasons; (b) we have mostly wiped out infectious disease (for the moment - I think we're going to see a major epidemic or two very soon, because we've overused antibiotics, and the ones we're about to need with all the superbugs are not in the pipeline and will not be available); and (c) we've made astonishing progress with heart disease.

But we all have to die of something. Right now, cancer has the advantage. May we keep making progress. (And may someone put some money and muscle into getting those new antibiotics!)

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Lamb Chopped
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Amen. (I'm on a second round of them as we speak.)

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Er, this is what I've been up to (book).
Oh, that you would rend the heavens and come down!

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Uncle Pete

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As a change from serious discussion:


FUCKITY FUCKITY FUCK FUCK FUCK. [Waterworks]

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Meg the Red
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Uncle Pete, having just attended the funeral of a wonderful woman who died 2 goddamn weeks after her cancer diagnosis, I can only say "Ditto".

[Mad] [Waterworks] [Mad]

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Stejjie
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Fuck. Just heard cancer has taken the wife and sister of one our church members on the same night, within half an hour of each other.

It can just piss off and... don't really have the words right now. [Mad]

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Rossweisse

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Out of a dozen people on a committee at my parish who were tasked with figuring out just what said parish wanted in its next rector two years ago, four of us have had cancer, three of us Stage 3 or higher, and the other one stage 2. Two of us have had it twice in that time; we are now both Stage 4.

I'm bracing myself for the bills - and, of course, it's a new year, so Monday's infusion and appointments will be in my deductible. I'm trying to decide what to sell in order to pay it without going into my retirement savings (just in case I someday need retirement savings).

Cancer sucks harder than a Dyson.

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RuthW

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This is probably not the place for a rant about the US health care system, and I don't have to tell you, of all people, but my word, that is so wrong. [Mad] [Mad] [Mad]
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I had that thought as well. Infuriating and dishonourable.
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quote:
Originally posted by Rossweisse:


I'm bracing myself for the bills - and, of course, it's a new year, so Monday's infusion and appointments will be in my deductible. I'm trying to decide what to sell in order to pay it without going into my retirement savings (just in case I someday need retirement savings).

Cancer sucks harder than a Dyson.

To echo RuthW & RooK, I don't think it's wrong to make a profit from a vacuum cleaner but it's definitely wrong to make a buck out of a deadly illness.

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Piglet
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I'm remembering my brother-in-law, R., who died aged 56 six years ago today of evil cancer.

Fuck cancer. [Mad]

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I may not be on an island any more, but I'm still an islander.
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Ferijen
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Fuck you cancer.

For J, who had the all clear from kidney cancer last year, but has gone from 'bad cough' to leukaemia diagnosis overnight this week. Self employed, so despite the wonders of the nhs, is going to be financially screwed. Not that it matters, but great, generous, community minded bloke.

He's in the room next door to the one my mum spent six weeks in several years ago; I bloody well hope it's the same positive outcome.

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[Mad] [Waterworks]
Chris was such a bright spot in the world. She was always helping people, she always had a brilliant smile. Now she's gone because of that evil disease.

Chris turned 53 less than a week before she died.
She suffered terribly. It's so not fair.

It never is, is it?

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Uncle Pete

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In memoriam deuce2. Fellow shipmate. My brother. April 28, 1941-December 17, 2008. Never forgotten, always loved.

[Axe murder]

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Thinking of Deuce, Pete and you. [Votive]

Huia

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God bless, Pete. I remember your brother. It was good to have him on board with us for that little while. [Votive]
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Yesterday we lost a fine minister, strong preacher, and a good friend to many, to cancer. No words to describe this waste; just anger. Please don't try to tell me this was part of God's plan for him or anyone else.

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My sister's sister-in-law lost both her husband and brother-in-law (his brother) last week to cancer; her own brother (my brother-in-law) died of cancer six years ago, and her son is in remission from it.

I can't begin to imagine how she's feeling at the moment.

Fuck cancer. Just fuck it. [Mad]

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I may not be on an island any more, but I'm still an islander.
alto n a soprano who can read music

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Patdys
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Mum is really crook.
I do end of life conversations daily.
But not in my family dammit.

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Lost a uni friend of my brother's on Friday, in her mid thirties.

Someone so beautiful and fun did not deserve all that pain, no-one deserves that.

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Firenze

Ordinary decent pagan
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NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!
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Lamb Chopped
Ship's kebab
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Fuckety fuck fuck fuck.

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Er, this is what I've been up to (book).
Oh, that you would rend the heavens and come down!

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Uncle Pete

Loyaute me lie
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My cousin, Bill, one of the few close to me in age: diagnosed with myeloma.

How often can you say FUCK?

FUCK to the power of 100 is not enough

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