Fiber-based formulations appear to lower the odds for the disease, non-fiber products seem to raise them
by corab on Mon Nov 28, 2011 06:43 PM
I know how you feel, my mom was diagonsed on 12/24/2010 with terminal small cell lung cancer, this enitre year has been filled with doctors, and chemo, and radiation. She is now on a treatment that makes her sick, very tired and sore everywhere. She is my best friend and just thinking about what it will be like when she's gone makes me want to curl up and hide. The holidays are very hard just thinking that this will be the last season she is with us. And today is the three year anniversary of my grandfather's passing. Lung cancer took him from us on 11/28/2008 which ironically enough was "black friday". I like so many others here hate cancer
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