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by mpoo on Fri Nov 30, 2007 12:00 AM
hi everyone,and a special thanks to everyone who sent me their thoughts and wishes. i have a question is it common for people to over react to the news of their cancer.i realize everyone is different,but he seems to be headed for the martyr road right now and is doing really strange and not always good things,even being ignorant toward his wife. do we have the right to interfear or let him do what he want's after all its his life at stake.
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