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Living with Brain Cancer / Re: help with cancer treatment for my wife
« on: December 05, 2019, 11:03:12 am »
WAnted to check in and see if anyone has updates on the side effects faced during chemotherapy brain cancer. a relative is facing the same situation. thank you :)

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Living with Prostate Cancer / Re: Need some input
« on: December 05, 2019, 10:59:39 am »
My uncle is facing a similar diagnosis now and it looks like he is going to pull through. The radiation is not pleasant but compared to some diagnoses....it could be a lot worse! your husband is in good shape too, which helps him remain stronger throughout treatment. hope you both are doing okay with the news.

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I really love my job and don’t want to take a break until I have to, but I am having a hard time coping with the new way people view me after my diagnosis. Hard to explain but no one acts normal around me anymore, they are overly nice, feel bad for me, and I can tell that my boss is worried I won’t be able to perform my job properly. How do people deal with this? I am also worried that clients will not want to work with me because I am a liability. My job brings me a lot of joy and purpose so I do want to stay, I just need to find a new way to approach the workplace right now.

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