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    How do you help someone who has been told she has a year  to a year-and-a-half to live with glioblastoma and seems very troubled, quick to anger, fatigued from cancer therapy and other preexisting health problems, and whose only outlook is to be "dead by the end of the year"? Is there some medication, therapy or groups that can help? How do you convince them to go there if they are forcefully against it, and onl...

    March 13 at 3:57 PM view discussion
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      Just for anyone's information, there is a warning on the Tylenol maximum daily dose: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/231915.php

      March 01 at 4:35 PM view post
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        hi Nelsonel. Great to see that your mother even at her age has reached 5 year survival, though unfortunate about her recent recurrence. I was wondering if there is -- since you have a family history of brain cancer from both sides -- a protocol to have your brain scanned routinely to catch any abnormal disease early on?

        February 26 at 8:27 PM view post
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          That's a tough story. I took care of a family member with Alzheimer's , but not with as much drama.  Sorry no one wrote to you sooner.

          January 26 at 5:57 AM view post
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            i hope everything is going well for you and your husband.

            January 20 at 3:10 PM view post
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              Is there an update on "Garland" who posted here between 2005-2007?

              January 17 at 9:45 PM view discussion
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