Still very much so painfull. From what I have been told is, within a week or so in the hospital, and diagnose with -------- (CANCER) that very same week my (FATHER) past on. He was in disbelief. Said he had no symptons, and would not accept or hear of it. But yet I received that dreaded, most phone call early next morning. Telling me my (DAD) past on. All I ever will have is the words I love you mija. First,and last, time I ever heard his voice. Thought I'd share my sad but true story. THANK YOU, GOD BLESS!View Thread
One of my many dearest freind, was just diagnose with a . word no one should have to hear. (CANCER) Truth of the matter is that it is being heard of. Infact more and more so. Don't know, what stage yet. But as far as the lower back, the pain is constantly, consistantly, deffinately, painfully, their. Delicate, and frail, and the least not to mention 79 yrs. of age she most BEAUTIFULLY is. (MOTHER) ................ I never, ever, imagine this could even happen to her. MOM. Two years ago I finally find my most HANDSOME, (DADS) o of all (DADS).... Unfortionately, I lost him to (CANCER). A year ago. Never had the priveledge to meet. He got hosp- italize for one thing but was told he was at his last stage.View Thread
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