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May 28, 2022 06:21AM
Thank you for your latest post.
As fo the vaccines, those in charge do not seem to be pushing them as much as they did. I think this is because there are lots of problems about side effects slowly being revealed. GBNews seems to be the news channel t is concentrating on this the most, especially at 8 pm and 9 pm. There have been quite a few interviews with family members who have had loved ones die and quite soon after the vaccination, and these are not elderly people and were quite fit and healthy. It seems to be a problem with all of the vaccines.
Some people I know here have had the second booster (4th vaccine) and in general have been given Moderna. Even after the 4th vaccine, there is mention of another one coming in October, along with the flu vaccine!
It would not surprise me that a vaccination programme is set up for the monkey pox. This seems to be spreading and getting more and more of a mention. Apparently it not only comes from monkeys, but other animals as well. I did hear someone among the corporate big-wigs at Davos saying how lucrative and profitable the coronavirus has been for business.
As for medical records, vaccination records or not, who knows what going on? Raymond and I have had mixed up records at the hospital and the surgery.
It is shameful what is going on in our government. The Prime Minister should be forced to resign but he has no shame. A rule was mentioned yesterday that MPs who have lied to Parliament will not have to resign. This is called democracy?! The fact that the Tory MPs have not come out in force to get rid of the Prime Minister just shows that their moral code leaves a lot to be desired. They must all all be laughing at the public, not to mention the opposition. It would not surprise me that the police now fine Keir Starmer and he will have to resign because he promised to do so. There will be one law for him and one law for Boris Johnson.
The weather is very pleasant here today, so it means Exmouth will be full.
I do hope that Sue will be alright as she near the end of her chemotherapy journey. I read your post to her so it refreshed my mind on what a difficult time you had.
We are very lucky not to be going through treatment during these difficult times. It will be seventeen years since my diagnosis on June 20th this year. It does seem very long ago. There is definitely a lot more information now but a real problem of getting a diagnosis with the least delay. It must be very frightening for patients.
I do hope that you and Michael will have a pleasant week with plenty of relaxation.
Love and best wishes.
Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food - Hippocrates B.C. 390 Preadjuvant chemo 3 months epirubicin, cyclophosphamide, 3 months docetaxel. Mastectomy RB Sentinel node pos Radiotherapy 3 weeks + boosters
6/20/2005, IDC, 6cm+, Grade 3, 1/7 nodes, ER-/PR-, HER2-
10/31/2005 Cytoxan (cyclophosphamide), Ellence (epirubicin), Taxotere (docetaxel)
5/16/2006 Lymph node removal; Lymph node removal (Right); Mastectomy; Mastectomy (Right)