LIVING with brain cancer

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RE: LIVING with brain cancer

by veracityW on Sat Jul 25, 2015 09:16 PM

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i guess one's attitude should be "trust--but verify."  

RE: LIVING with brain cancer

by Bee_Rich on Sun Jul 26, 2015 03:05 AM

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On Jul 19, 2015 6:26 PM Dodgerblue wrote:

Well, my scapula is healed, and I had a clear MRI 7/7/15.  So, I guess it's time to get back on the Appalachian trail and see if I can hike the remaining 2040 miles.  The fall I suffered has rendered me with a healthy fear of getting hurt again, but I swore not to live in fear after being diagnosed, so I don't plan starting now.  I'll be as careful as I can and go as far as I can!  Wishing all the best in life and health.

Dodger

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Well, Dodger, I too just suffered a setback. A few days after my last post, I Slipped and fell on hard floor and ended up with a concussion. So no more Tae kwan do far a while, but I'll recover. Just holed up and resting for now. I'll be exercising hard soon!

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