Author Topic: Cancer  (Read 137324 times)

Online jillc

  • Definitely not Paula Nancy MIllstone Jennings of 37 Wasp Villas, Greenbridge, Essex, GB10 1LL. Or maybe. Who knows.....Finds it hard to choose between Jürgen's wurst and Fat Sam's sausage.
  • RAWK Supporter
  • Believer
  • *****
  • Posts: 34,180
  • "I'm surprised they didn't charge me rent"
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2360 on: April 13, 2019, 12:12:27 PM »
Just popping in to share my good news. I am now, officially, 2 years out from my diagnosis and clear !  :D My annual mammogram shows nothing untoward. So I suppose it's really great news!

I hope everyone who uses this thread and their loved ones are doing well.
Love to all. x  :)

That's wonderful news, pleased for you.
"He's trying to get right away from football. I believe he went to Everton"

Offline Slightly Less Mediocre Baron Bennekov

  • SNITCH. Has a wotsit the size of a wasp sting. McManaman (doo doooby doo doo!) Mentally slow due to being on RAWK too much.
  • RAWK Supporter
  • Believer
  • *****
  • Posts: 10,202
  • You'll see it when you believe it!
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2361 on: April 13, 2019, 08:10:59 PM »
Just popping in to share my good news. I am now, officially, 2 years out from my diagnosis and clear !  :D My annual mammogram shows nothing untoward. So I suppose it's really great news!

I hope everyone who uses this thread and their loved ones are doing well.
Love to all. x  :)

Brilliant news!

I just realized that this Thursday was the 3rd anniversary of me getting the all clear from the doc after my surgery for testicular cancer. I've been to 3 check ups and the last time the doc told me I was out of the woods and I should go home and live a normal life again. :)

Online jillc

  • Definitely not Paula Nancy MIllstone Jennings of 37 Wasp Villas, Greenbridge, Essex, GB10 1LL. Or maybe. Who knows.....Finds it hard to choose between Jürgen's wurst and Fat Sam's sausage.
  • RAWK Supporter
  • Believer
  • *****
  • Posts: 34,180
  • "I'm surprised they didn't charge me rent"
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2362 on: April 14, 2019, 09:54:05 AM »
Brilliant news!

I just realized that this Thursday was the 3rd anniversary of me getting the all clear from the doc after my surgery for testicular cancer. I've been to 3 check ups and the last time the doc told me I was out of the woods and I should go home and live a normal life again. :)

More good news, well done mate. It's so good to hear about the success stories, as sometimes its easy to forget there are plenty out there who have managed to win the fight against Cancer. I hope others can use these cases as a bit of inspiration, should they face the same dark days.
"He's trying to get right away from football. I believe he went to Everton"

Offline Slightly Less Mediocre Baron Bennekov

  • SNITCH. Has a wotsit the size of a wasp sting. McManaman (doo doooby doo doo!) Mentally slow due to being on RAWK too much.
  • RAWK Supporter
  • Believer
  • *****
  • Posts: 10,202
  • You'll see it when you believe it!
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2363 on: April 15, 2019, 08:27:23 AM »
More good news, well done mate. It's so good to hear about the success stories, as sometimes its easy to forget there are plenty out there who have managed to win the fight against Cancer. I hope others can use these cases as a bit of inspiration, should they face the same dark days.

Thank you. I fully agree! :wave

Offline Crimson_Tank

  • Rhyming Slang. RAWK Virgil. Knows a proper spit-roast when he sees one.....something to do with the law of the bi.....Is truly a giant amongst the short staff.
  • RAWK Supporter
  • Believer
  • *****
  • Posts: 16,310
  • "Time is an illusion, Lunchtime, doubly so." F.P.
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2364 on: April 16, 2019, 03:49:06 PM »
Great news!
A dead animal is a dead animal. And a piece of meat is a piece of meat.

Offline JohnnoWhite

  • Deliverer of the -Q- de grace.
  • Believer
  • *****
  • Posts: 6,444
  • Thought I was wrong once - but I was mistaken.
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2365 on: April 16, 2019, 06:30:05 PM »
Just come back from Clatterbridge this afternoon with my 50 year old son there for his 6 monthly check after him undergoing his final Pappillon session some months back (for cancer of the rectum). What a fabulous bloody place that is and doing some  truly ground-breaking stuff!! Apart from a small niggly ulcer which gives him a little pain from time to time but is manageable with routine paracetamol and which he WAS told could happen in abut 40% of patients on radio-therapy treatment, all appears to be perfectly normal. They'll see him again end of October. Onwards and upwards eh? :) :)
There is nothing wrong with striving to win, so long as you don't set the prize above the game. There can be no dishonour in defeat nor any conceit in victory. What matters above all is that the team plays in the right spirit, with skill, courage, fair play,no favour and the result accepted without bitterness. Sir Matt Busby CBE KCSG 1909-1994

Offline androulla

  • aka little monkey
  • RAWK Supporter
  • Kopite
  • *****
  • Posts: 516
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2366 on: April 16, 2019, 11:47:39 PM »
Just popping in to share my good news. I am now, officially, 2 years out from my diagnosis and clear !  :D My annual mammogram shows nothing untoward. So I suppose it's really great news!

I hope everyone who uses this thread and their loved ones are doing well.
Love to all. x  :)


That’s brilliant news IrishSu!

Stay positive, keep smiling and wishing you all the very best :)

Offline androulla

  • aka little monkey
  • RAWK Supporter
  • Kopite
  • *****
  • Posts: 516
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2367 on: April 16, 2019, 11:55:52 PM »
Brilliant news!

I just realized that this Thursday was the 3rd anniversary of me getting the all clear from the doc after my surgery for testicular cancer. I've been to 3 check ups and the last time the doc told me I was out of the woods and I should go home and live a normal life again. :)



That’s fantastic news.

Wishing you all the very best for a happy and healthy future ahead :)

Offline JohnnoWhite

  • Deliverer of the -Q- de grace.
  • Believer
  • *****
  • Posts: 6,444
  • Thought I was wrong once - but I was mistaken.
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2368 on: April 18, 2019, 03:28:57 PM »

That’s brilliant news IrishSu!

Stay positive, keep smiling and wishing you all the very best :)


Celebrate and smile every day and all day long!!
There is nothing wrong with striving to win, so long as you don't set the prize above the game. There can be no dishonour in defeat nor any conceit in victory. What matters above all is that the team plays in the right spirit, with skill, courage, fair play,no favour and the result accepted without bitterness. Sir Matt Busby CBE KCSG 1909-1994

Offline androulla

  • aka little monkey
  • RAWK Supporter
  • Kopite
  • *****
  • Posts: 516
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2369 on: April 18, 2019, 05:29:33 PM »
Celebrate and smile every day and all day long!!


Absolutely JohnnoWhite!

So pleased for your son and for all the family following the fantastic outcome of his last check up. Definitely onwards and upwards!

Every small positive step forward leads to an amazing result :)


Offline IrishSu

  • percalifragilisticexpialidocious. I am WOman, Hear me RAWK!
  • RAWK Supporter
  • Main Stander
  • *****
  • Posts: 142
  • Like an Irish Stew, just not as lumpy
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2370 on: April 18, 2019, 08:10:01 PM »
Brilliant news!

I just realized that this Thursday was the 3rd anniversary of me getting the all clear from the doc after my surgery for testicular cancer. I've been to 3 check ups and the last time the doc told me I was out of the woods and I should go home and live a normal life again. :)
I was thinking of you when I wrote that. I remember last year you saying you were 2 years out when I was one. Long may it continue. :D Like you my consultant believes I had cancer in 2017 and in years to come it will be a distant dream. I am on daily medication but the side effects are minimal. Small price to pay  ;) My check ups have now been reduced from every 3 months to every 6. Little acorns and all that.

Great news Johno. Delighted for you, your son and all the family.

Thanks to everyone for the good wishes.
JFT96 YNWA

Offline Gaz123456

  • Believer
  • *****
  • Posts: 5,727
  • 2005 - The best and worst year of my life
    • Elite Mortgage Advisers
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2371 on: April 18, 2019, 11:24:11 PM »
I have just heard from a friend (who's in his 60's) that his youngest son has been diagnosed with a tumour in his spine which has now spread. They are stopping treatment as there's nothing they can do.  He's 35 and married with two lovely young children. Don't know what to say to him apart from that I'm there if he needs to talk. Feel so empty though - God knows what my friend is thinking.

You shouldn't be burying your children.

Vile disease.

Offline JohnnoWhite

  • Deliverer of the -Q- de grace.
  • Believer
  • *****
  • Posts: 6,444
  • Thought I was wrong once - but I was mistaken.
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2372 on: April 19, 2019, 06:49:08 PM »
Heartbreaking - good that he's got a friend to turn to in you mate.

One day we'll beat this bastard thief of a disease.
There is nothing wrong with striving to win, so long as you don't set the prize above the game. There can be no dishonour in defeat nor any conceit in victory. What matters above all is that the team plays in the right spirit, with skill, courage, fair play,no favour and the result accepted without bitterness. Sir Matt Busby CBE KCSG 1909-1994

Offline JohnnoWhite

  • Deliverer of the -Q- de grace.
  • Believer
  • *****
  • Posts: 6,444
  • Thought I was wrong once - but I was mistaken.
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2373 on: April 19, 2019, 06:51:11 PM »

Absolutely JohnnoWhite!

So pleased for your son and for all the family following the fantastic outcome of his last check up. Definitely onwards and upwards!

Every small positive step forward leads to an amazing result :)



Much appreciated mate. The fight continues . .
There is nothing wrong with striving to win, so long as you don't set the prize above the game. There can be no dishonour in defeat nor any conceit in victory. What matters above all is that the team plays in the right spirit, with skill, courage, fair play,no favour and the result accepted without bitterness. Sir Matt Busby CBE KCSG 1909-1994

Offline Slightly Less Mediocre Baron Bennekov

  • SNITCH. Has a wotsit the size of a wasp sting. McManaman (doo doooby doo doo!) Mentally slow due to being on RAWK too much.
  • RAWK Supporter
  • Believer
  • *****
  • Posts: 10,202
  • You'll see it when you believe it!
Re: Cancer
« Reply #2374 on: April 20, 2019, 05:35:26 PM »
I was thinking of you when I wrote that. I remember last year you saying you were 2 years out when I was one. Long may it continue. :D Like you my consultant believes I had cancer in 2017 and in years to come it will be a distant dream. I am on daily medication but the side effects are minimal. Small price to pay  ;) My check ups have now been reduced from every 3 months to every 6. Little acorns and all that.

A positive outlook gets you a very long way I believe. Thank you for your thoughts, Su. Fingers are deffo crossed here!! *Blow kiss* :wave