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    All the best for tomorrow Di, I'm sure you'll be fine! It's wonderful to see that you have such a positive attitude My MIL was diagnosed with lung cancer almost 5 years ago, she had the lung removed, had her treatment and was back to partying harder than us young ones with months!

    Again, all the best and keep your spirits up - a positive attitude makes all the difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    Gakk, bone marrow being done tomorrow, np, I have been through childbirth, lol. It can then be two weeks till results back. May nip up to see my sister and father in Queensland while we are waiting.
    Cheering you on Hun you can do this

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    Thanks guys. It will be great having a final label and we can start kicking it's bum. T cell though is very rare, some forms a few are only diagnosed each year in the world. I will make sure my oncologist is on the ball. Google is wonderful with lymphoma support sites and medical ones. I know which chemo regimes work best with these. I am a person who HAS to know everything, lol.

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    I saw on my lymphoma forum this person's wonderful avatar that that had me staring at it's beauty. A black and white pic, her bald head, shoulder and part of her back. OMG. My son (older one) is really into photography, black and white too. He will do one for me when the time comes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    I saw on my lymphoma forum this person's wonderful avatar that that had me staring at it's beauty. A black and white pic, her bald head, shoulder and part of her back. OMG. My son (older one) is really into photography, black and white too. He will do one for me when the time comes.
    If it's any consolation, you're the prettiest girl to ever have her head shaved-Besides me, of course

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    My thoughts are with you DI. You go kick it's Butt!!
    The best things in life, aren't things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    If it's any consolation, you're the prettiest girl to ever have her head shaved-Besides me, of course
    You should have seen my friend's 16yo daughter when she did shave for a cure a few years ago. All there were speechless. I will just look like my father lol, like I do when I look in a mirror with a hangover.

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    Lol well that's not too bad aye

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    All the best for tomorrow Di. Not that you'll need it. With your strength I have no doubt you will kick this thing off the planet.

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    Bone marrow biopsy, pffft. Piece of cake. Was straight at the pub afterwards for lunch. This doc was so skilled, ran through everything before he started and told me every step through it. Local anaesthetic was very effective.

    A funny moment was....
    I hear a grunt (he had to use an instrument, same principle as an apple corer to get a core of bone, grinding it in)

    Doc...grunt...at least you ..grunt...do not have...grunt, ...osteoporosis...grunt....VERY hard bone...grunt. Hahahha, woohoo, at my age you do have to start wondering. I am a dairy freak, love and eat tons of cheese, looks like it has paid off well!

    (Osteoporosis is with age, if calcium levels are not maintained or added to with tablets, the bones leach out the calcium. Old people you see bent over with a humped back have this. it causes brittle bones as well, so a fall can cause a break easily if you have it.)

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