Well its back again to try and beat my soul mate, (for context see my thread Failing a
loved one with brain cancer (my previous login). That thread gives details about her previous coma which she beat and initial brain surgery. She
has also had 30 days of radiotherpary which ended around march 2020.
After having regular 3 months MRI scans provided by the remarakable NHS, we have had the findings of the last scan given to us during an appointment
with the oncologist. The last scan has shown the tumor growing again, we have been offered surgery if my partner, simply the most beautiful woman in
the world, is willing and chemotherapy whether she chooses the surgery or not.
The world has decided to test my perfect partner again with the ultimate scurge of loving human partnerships, cancer in her case (Glioblastoma),
making the ying to my yang suffer this shows the universe is something we are just briefly taking part in. I owe my sanity, my meaning and my soul to
her, my everlasting love will be guaranteed.
Find strength in her iron might, take heeds from these words
Tell your children, your soulmate you love them, make it your duty to ensure you no longer have to prove it to them, they shall just know and will
never doubt it, you owe that to every person you say you truly love.
Forget the big picture we cant control it, that your life even has a fantastically minor chance of ever existing, but here you are somewhere in time,
find someone who when you look in their eyes you feel peace, you feel love, you feel how lucky you are to be having these moments, with someone who
you can not live with out.
So i just want to say I am no longer "failing someone with brain cancer", I am in love with someone who I cherish, I am in love with someone I adore,
I am in love with my equal, I am in love with Tina, remember her name she is the best woman alive I promise you, if you dont belive that all I ask you
is to accept its what I know, its what I unconditionally believe in my heart.
If you have found that person just enjoy the ride with them, if you have not yet found your Tina understand when you do, that is what love is.
peace and love to you all
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What beautiful words that carry much strength UpthenDown. Tina surely is an extraordinary soul in the world to inspire such Love and Wisdom.
Sending out love to you both. We will all be alright, in the end.
My dad has stage 3 lung cancer that has spread to a lymph node.
He's had the radiotherapy and chemo, apparently the tumours have shrunk, but not disappeared at the last MRI, told him that he might get other cancers
within about 5 years. That's radiotherapy all the same which at the end of the day amounts to hitting a peanut with a sledge hammer to open the thing.
Lost a dog to cancer, and the dog i have just now just had to have 2 big massive tumours removed from her breast not that long ago.
Like you suggest God bless our beloved NHS and i may also add the PDSA.
End of the day all we can do is enjoy and appreciate the time we have with those that we love. After all we are here for a good time, not a long time.
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My dad died from brain cancer. At the time he got sick we had a farm and were using DDT on the crops. They found that quite a few farmers were
getting brain cancer so banned DDT in this country in the late sixties. I guess some people cannot detox the organophosphates, genetically I am one
of them that can't, and he must have been the same way. My father had bought two drums of DDT before it was banned, he was told they were going to
ban it so he should stock up. He managed to use those two fifty five gallon drums of DDT up before he got the brain cancer. The adjuvant in DDT was
worse than what they replaced it with but since then seven different replacements have been banned, about one every seven years. Changing the formula
a little may have helped some people who consumed the food, but a lot of people were still having problems with the new pesticides, especially
farmers. My lack of detox also includes glyphosate and triclosan....notice triclosan is also disappearing out of products. They silently remove this
stuff from use and keep their mouths shut after people start getting sick, after all the FDA did approve this crap and they cover things up making
other excuses up to make it look like it was not their fault.
The double mutation in a genetic snp is not common, none of my family that have been tested have two copies other than me. One copy does raise the
risk but not too bad, although boosting the glyphosate used to desiccate the grains leaves a lot more in the grains and one copy may be a problem
since 2012. I know I have this double mutation so I have adjusted my intake of it to a lower level, I can still detox a little with alternate enzyme
pathways but not very much. I saw first hand what brain cancer does to a person so I am taking precautions since I learned of my susceptability
because I do not want my kids to experience me dying from it like I experienced my dads death.
I know what it is like to have someone close have brain cancer, I hope they can sucessfully get it eradicated. I am sorry to hear you have to
experience this. Best wishes in your fight for your loved one. They have come a long way with treatment for brain cancer since the early seventies.
Cancer is a cruel, cruel disease, and the hell of it is that it's us fighting ourselves gone wrong.
My mom is just now embarking on her third primary diagnosis. She had endometrial cancer. Then she went through breast cancer. This time she has colon
cancer, and it's stage 3.
Really, all you can do is be there and do what needs doing. Live in the moment and enjoy the times as they come because there will still be good times
in during the hardship. Right now, mom is positive and upbeat. She's always had a pretty bad weight problem, but she's looking at the bright side of
this. She's already lost over 50 lbs.
So it's hard; it's nasty. You hurt like hell for your loved one, but you have to go through it with them because they need you and you have to
remember that this is something to be endured, not agonized over. Each day is a new day, not necessarily something to be dreaded. Don't worry about
what could be ... until it is. That's how I stay sane.
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