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Jul 11, 2019 12:24PM
Thank you for your latest post. I have not yet bought the current edition of WDDTY. I shall probably buy it when I next go shopping in the store where they stock it.
I am glad you enjoyed the photographs of the grounds in the complex where I live. Everything looks really good at the moment but we now urgently need rain and some cooler temperatures. It is veery humid here and not very comfortable.
It is good news for Kath that she has done so well in her exams.
I do hope that Marias will get back to us. She has been through too much and I do hope this next lot of treatment will go well.
As for Hanieh, I really do think that she has left the thread now. I do hope she and her family are well and coping with all the trouble that Iran is going through. I am so fed up with all the trouble in the world and none of it serves any purpose.
I do not know where we are going with orthodox cancer treatment. I read the other day that there are 200 different cancers, so I do not think we are going to get a vaccine. The orthodox treatment can bring people to NED but the side effects that can remain for life are no picnic. We just do not know how much damage has been done to our bodies. All we can say is that we are alive.
I have just bought the latest edition of the New Scientist magazine and on the cover this is what I see: Convoluted studies, Cherry-picked evidence, Contradictory advice: Why everything you know about nutrition is wrong – Red meat, Eggs, Carbs, Fat, Sugar, Fibre.
The article is on page 32 and the title is Everything you know about nutrition is wrong – why almost all food advice is fatally flawed.
I shall comment more when I find the time to read it. It is 4 pages long. I do like the picture on the first two pages. It is of two fried eggs in a frying pan, one with a happy face and one with an unhappy face.
I saw that you have been talking to ucfknights, another American, and another one who is posting for her mother. Perhaps Flora will pop in or even LoveandLight, Sarah, who were both posting for their mothers. We are such a small group of regular posters now.
That is all for now.
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: Right; Mastectomy: Right