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  1. jani lebaron
    jani lebaron September 19, 2012 at 7:41 am | | Reply

    Thank you for being so honest in all your comments. My children were 7, 4, 21/2,and 5months when Steve, my husband, found out he had cancer. He fought hard for two years, but the disease took him from us when he was only thirty. It wasn’t easy being such a young widow, trying to explain all that happened to such young children. But we got through it and they’re raising beautiful children of there own. Thank you and this is an inspiring blog!

  2. Cancer Treatment
    Cancer Treatment October 9, 2012 at 8:42 pm | | Reply

    Dear Jen Singer,
    Thanks, on a related note, Some Chromozones we get from out parents may be damaged.Is this damage that really leads to cancer.Chromozone 17 is one example.Some genes within Chromozone 17 like p53 may not be working properly.I believe some kind of chemical interference damages parts of certain genes and we then pass theses damaged genes onto our children without knowing.Can some genes be replaced or repaired.Can you receive genes from your parents,brothers or sisters without a immunity response from your body.
    I look forward to your next post

  3. MSV
    MSV August 21, 2014 at 10:34 pm | | Reply

    I am inspired by your story, but the first part:
    ‘Me? I’m only 43!’
    Alcoholism and tonsil/throat/oral cancer go hand in hand.
    Were you really that surprised?
    I truly hope you stay in remission-both with your cancer and your alcoholism.
    You have kids-stay strong for them.
    I have a friend who is a bona fide alcoholic and it is horrible to watch the denial and the poor parenting that results (she has a 3yr old).
    Stay well.

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