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  • Heather R
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    Beemer thatโ€™s such hard luck, but well done getting through to the all clear with the cancer x

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  • Olivia H
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    Beemer very glad to hear you have been given the cancer all clear a while ago. I had to have surgery following a cancer diagnosis. They were fab, in the unit, its a very organised approach for this particular cancer and they did extra checks re the mnd eg good chat with the anaesthetist. Like you, when the surgeon said 'it is treatable' its something positive to focus on. Let's hope mnd is soon treatable too!!
    Olivia x
    Last edited by Olivia H; 10 January 2022, 00:09.

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  • Piglet
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    Beemer that is truly so bad luck for you. So pleased you are out of the woods with the cancer. Sounds to me you are quite a positive person, which is great and necessary with MND.x

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  • Ellie
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    Oh my days, what a double whammy... Who did you pee off in a previous life ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Congrats on being cancer free ๐Ÿ‘ Just wish I could say the same about the PMA ๐Ÿ˜ช

    Love Ellie.

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  • Beemer
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    MND and Cancer

    After being diagnosed with PMA in Jan 2020, a cancer was found in my thyroid at the same time.
    After two operations to remove my thyroid, and radioactive iodine treatment I am clear of the cancer.
    There seem to be more fuss about the cancer at the hospital than there was regarding MND however.
    I remember explaining to the cancer nurse who wanted to take blood, that I could not remove my coat because of my MND. Her face dropped and she said how sorry she was that I had MND and cancer. It cheered her up no end when I said cancer can be cured, MND can't.
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