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April 2017

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I'd like your prayers and good vibes.

My sister has spots on her lungs, one of which is growing. She's got tests pending, and I'll post when I know more.


I'm so sorry, darling. I'll be keeping you and your sister in my thoughts.

Hope and wish

Hope those wouldn't be anything serious and your sister recovers well from this health issue, Kat. My best wishes.
Oh no... :( I really hope it turns out as well as it can! I'll definitely keep you and your sister in my thoughts! *hugs!*
I will keep you and you sister in my thoughts and prayers. *hug*
Oh, no! I'm so sorry to hear this. I'll be keeping her, and you, of course, in my thoughts and sending good vibes your way. *hugs*
*hugs* Sending good vibes your and your sister's way. Hope everything works out well!
Sending good vibes, positive thoughts, hugs, cookies... and hoping it's something treatable. *smooshes you*
Oh geez. I know you don't want anything besides good wishes, but just keep her thinking positive, okay? It helps a lot.
*HUGS* I'm so very sorry, Kat. I'll be sending all the hope and good vibes I can muster her way - and yours.
oh NO. DragonKat, I am sending every healing thought I have.

And if it does turn out to be something bad (has she ever smoked?), then know that treatments for the Big C are MUCH improved these days. People are doing well now who would have had a very bad prognosis only a few years ago.

Hang in there, and let us know what's happening. If you need some referrals, let me know, too. My beloved brother-in-law Billy was diagnosed with Stage 4 (there are only 4 stages) rectal cancer that had spread to his lungs and liver. He was given a few months. Today he is WELL and CANCER FREE.

So keep these good thoughts in mind, even if the diagnosis is bad. Healing is there. And with all the good thoughts and prayers we're sending, that can only help.

Boundless love and hugs to you, my dearest one.

Wow, that makes me feel much more hopeful.

Terry was a heavy smoker for most of her adult life. She quit a few years ago, though.

From the sounds of it, what she has is Stage 1, and the prognosis for that, after 5 years, is 80-90% survival. So I'm not panicking. But Billy's story actually makes me feel calm.

Some people find the treatment worse than the alternative, but Terry's tough - she makes me look like a marshmallow. So I'm going to be hopeful with this.

Thank you!