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July 26, 2007

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dw

didn't they offer you coffee ,in that posh hairdressers?????
bet u looked fantastic on the tv.
be well, don't overdo things ( i got tired just reading all u had to do today!!)
shabbat shalom
dw

curlykate

Glad you're enjoying the hairdressing experiences - girl after my own heart!!
Disagree about your theory about wigs though - sorry!!! I've lost my hair twice now through chemo for the same disease -never wore a wig. Just used a loose headscarf when out with children and all the rest of the time went round bare headed!! My hair has come back black rather than brown and very thick and very curly so spend my time at the hairdressers having it straightened!! Never satisified are we with our hair.
If you find a solution for cancer fatigue make sure you publish it well. Any tips??
Sorry to hear of your tykerb woes but it's brill you can have it with vineralbine. Vineralbine did wonders for me so hope it does the same for you. I can't get on tykerb trial as they say my disease has not spread enough -despite multiple and growing spread in lung, lymph system, liver and bones!!!
Love your blogs -you give me inspiration - keep blogging.

Jacqueline

i still come by here, dina. you were among the first bloggers i embraced- your words among the most sincere and dusted with clarity and bittersweet familiarity. i miss you and will think about you with every fireworks show i see. i'll be back again soon because i still haven't read every one of you postings... i just needed to come by here tonight.

Jacqueline

i still come by here, dina. you were among the first bloggers i embraced- your words among the most sincere and dusted with clarity and bittersweet familiarity. i miss you and will think about you with every fireworks show i see. i'll be back again soon because i still haven't read every one of you postings... i just needed to come by here tonight.

Henry Switzer

Hair loss is no fun. I have had alopecia for years and here is a bit of information for those who also have this conditon. When you have alopecia areata the affected hair follicles are mistakenly attacked by a person's own white blood cells or immune system, which results in the arrest of the hair growth stage. When you have Alopecia, it usually starts with one or numerous round small bald patches on the scalp and can actually progress to a total loss of hair on your head, or a complete loss of body hair.Alopecia areata can occur in almost anyone, male or female, and all races. Beginning in childhood, this annoying hair disease can be psychologically devastating. Thankfully, alopecia is not life-threatening, but can certainly alter your lifestyle with its sudden onset, and the frequency of reoccurring episodes can be immensely annoying.

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