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by ForMyGrndBabies on Thu Dec 06, 2012 03:18 AM
Hi there, My mother in law was recently diagnosed with undifferentiated small cell lung cancer. We are not the typical Mother/Daughter in law duo, my MIL is like my best friend. She has two wonderful grown children who are doing everything possible to help her through this. However, due to her daughter's husband being in the Marine Corps they are not in the same state and therefore not always able to be here. And her son (my husband) works during the week, so I have sort of taken over as caregiver, taking her to her appts and that sort of stuff. I put together a profile on here for her hoping she can find some support from other lung cancer patients, survivors and caregivers. Right now I am pretty much testing the waters, I haven't told her yet about it, but plan on letting her take over if this website helps her. Thank you so much for reading this, and I look forward to any replies.
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