An individual is considered a cancer survivor from the time of diagnosis, through the balance of his or her life. Family members, friends, and caregivers are also impacted by the survivorship experience and are therefore included in this definition.
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That Man and Woman really are very actractive! We were more than happy to be there Mag. No we have all these other things in our life to test us now.
Definitely attractive !
almost as attractive as the 2 baldies and the red-hair 😉
Thinking of you xx
Reading your story has helped me immensely. I was diagnosed at a similar time to you, and while my story and prognosis is quite different, the feelings and experiences, which you’ve shared in such as accessible way are the same as my own.
Your positive energy has helped me, and I’m sending some back your way 🙂
Once again, Mag: thank you so much!
Your writing is mainly about breast cancer; but it is also about problem facing; and in this way, it really is helpful to all of us!
Best regards to you and you family