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March 23, 2007

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grannyp

My doctor said something similar to me 25 years ago.I suspect you're right to screen things out. But this one is worth hanging onto. xx

adele geras

As my granny used to say: from his lips to God's ears!

Lee

Believe it! We're all waiting for the 15 or 20 books (novels?) you've got in you.

Lee

Believe it! We're all waiting for the 15 or 20 books (novels?) you've got in you.

Ms Baroque

It doesn't surprise me! You're a doer.

And this is one doctor who wasn't trying to be ultra-careful, so in one way it was a really unbiased comment he made! To God's ears indeed.

Joanne M

When I finally got to see the head honcho (a well-regarded oncologist) as I was finishing treatment, and I was trying to get some idea of what he thought my chances were of being clear, he wasn’t interested in talking percentages but told me that he had lots of “ladies” who’ve had secondaries for twenty years and are still going strong. So yes, it does seem to be moving towards management and long term survival.

Jeffrey Davis

The doctor's comments reminded me that my mother had breast cancer which certainly spread to her bones. She lived with this for decades, without much ill effect, and eventually died of something quite different. I read your book which was excellent.

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