Glioblastoma

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RE: Glioblastoma

by ljayr on Sat Aug 18, 2018 12:36 PM

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Good morning Lollylegs,

I'm so glad to hear your cousin is still with you.  Bless your heart for all you do for him...you are a great, great cousin!  I'm glad that he spoke to you after all that time, and that you got to see his smile.  What a wonderful memory that you will never forget.  His hospice team appears to be going a super job with his medication.  No seizures is so great, even though I feel bad that he has joint pain.  I think of all the cancers that there are, brain cancer seems to have the least pain at the end.  Most patients tend to sleep more and more and sleep away.  So many other cancers are extremely painful, especially near the end.  Enjoy your sleepover together :-)

I can't imagine the emotional roller coaster you are on right now with your favorite cousin dying and your wedding 4 weeks away.  You have alot on your plate, not to mention all the other etc. going on within your family, work and life in general.  It would be hard to keep priorities in order, if I was you.  When my brother was sick, all I could think of was him and taking care of him.  However, when "life events" (birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, etc.) were on the calendar, I was able to somewhat celebrate them, but my heart was always with him.  Your fiance' must be a very understanding and supportive person.    

Thanks for the update...It was good to hear from you.  You hang in there! 

RE: Glioblastoma

by ljayr on Thu Sep 13, 2018 10:46 PM

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Hi Lollylegs,

Just checking in with you...how is your cousin doing?  Did you have your wedding already?

Hope all is going well for you-ljayr

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