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    « The tyranny of pink - Breast cancer - | Main | So True, So True: At the Scary Doctor's Office, Mum's the Word »

    Friday, June 01, 2012


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    Alacia Edwards

    I'm so proud of you for having the faith to go forward in spite of how thing "looked" on the outside. I think a lot of people could stand to learn from that.

    You are always in my thoughts...

    Love you,


    Your "Oh Happy Day" made my day happier! I relate to some of your struggles you encounter out there with doctors, varying research and opinions, access to and affordability of medications etc. As I've said before, you absolutely amaze me with your steadfast courage, strength, and perseverance. It inspires me not to give up when I am so close to doing just that. And I love hearing stories of how the "universe" sometimes comes together in such powerful and mysterious ways, especially when it involves someone I happen to care so much about.So encouraging and hopeful. Will be interested to hear how the story continues to you, Jill

    The amazing JayBird  (of a VERY different  feather)

    I think the Universe abhors a void. The moment you made the decision to do the treatment, you created a void. Jane,"I'm going to find a way to afford this treatment". You created a void. Jane, minus the finances to afford treatment. The universe had two options. Option A) find a way to force Jane to take no for an answer. Option B) provide the financial means for Jane to afford the treatment. The universe chose the path of least resistance. No-brain er. Questions?

    Karen Myers

    Jane, it's so nice to read this. Yeah for you, your great oncologist, and the way the Universe sometimes answers when we get clear on what we want! I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you!

    mary ann

    This news makes my day ~ maybe my week and/or the entire month of June! I sure love this doctor, too...


    I am happy to hear that and hope it will work. Please keep us posted. God bless you!!!

    Harlan Lewps

    This sounds like a Big WAHOO!


    Oh, what wonderful news, Jane! And what a dedicated oncologist you have. Keep putting those good thoughts out into the universe. I used to chant a mantra in my head when I was getting a treatment or procedure, "there is no more cancer in my breast" and not only did it help keep me sane but it calmed me down. I'll continue to send my good thoughts for your health out into the universe. All the best.

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