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by Michgal on Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:48 PM
Hello, Tomorrow will mark 2 years since my mom lost her 21 month battle with her brain cancer. I thought it would get easier however it hasn't. I was able to be with her for the last 3 months and I will not ever regret this time with her. The anger toward the cancer is still so real. My mom went through 2 brain surgeries to remove the tumors. There are things I would do differently now then what we did then. I can relate to what some of the others have said about saying Good bye.. Life is so precious and do what you can for others.. I would give anything to be able to talk to my mom now..
by maffie on Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:51 PM
your Mom knew you loved her I know. Children have a time sometimes and don't want to be to close.
by NatmomwithGBM on Mon Feb 18, 2013 02:00 PM
I'm so very sorry for your loss. My mom has a brain tumour she has been fighting for over a year now. Same thing here-2 surgeries so far, Radiation, Temodal, Avastin and now an oral chemo. Any advice you could give me would be appreciated. My mom jusgt turned 60 and is too young to leave us!!!
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