Comments for Understanding Cancer http://icch.org.uk Cancer Information, Evening Classes and Courses in Aberdeenshire. Thu, 02 Feb 2012 17:32:02 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.1 Comment on Free Access to Nature Research Papers on Cancer by Novalee Truesdell http://icch.org.uk/2009/04/30/free-access-to-nature-research-papers-on-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-167279 Novalee Truesdell Thu, 02 Feb 2012 17:32:02 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=738#comment-167279 The text is very helpful, thanks. The text is very helpful, thanks.

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Comment on Does asparagus cure cancer? Nope. by robert gudmundson http://icch.org.uk/2010/05/25/does-asparagus-cure-cancer-nope/comment-page-1/#comment-164813 robert gudmundson Fri, 27 Jan 2012 01:24:59 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1923#comment-164813 I would really like to say, "right on Ralph". who in their right mind is going tocome up with a cure or remidy for something thats going to stop the flow of money into yourown pock ets? Ihave cancer right now andhave been diabetic for many years. I have yet to see anything that can warrant the millions and millions of dollars that are squandered. I have, firsthanded, experienced the cost of medicines, insulins,and all the restof the stuff you just have to have to survive. Its time we make some noise about the waybig buisness pillages the people. I would really like to say, “right on Ralph”. who in their right mind is going tocome up with a cure or remidy for something thats going to stop the flow of money into yourown pock ets? Ihave cancer right now andhave been diabetic for many years. I have yet to see anything that can warrant the millions and millions of dollars that are squandered. I have, firsthanded, experienced the cost of medicines, insulins,and all the restof the stuff you just have to have to survive. Its time we make some noise about the waybig buisness pillages the people.

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Comment on I have blood in my stool (poo) – Do I have cancer? by dan http://icch.org.uk/2009/08/27/i-have-blood-in-my-stool-poo-do-i-have-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-158692 dan Tue, 10 Jan 2012 17:52:25 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1099#comment-158692 hi im 14 years old and i notice last night their was some blood in my crap and im worried about telling my parents because doctors and anything medical frighting me what should i do hi im 14 years old and i notice last night their was some blood in my crap and im worried about telling my parents because doctors and anything medical frighting me what should i do

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Comment on I have blood in my stool (poo) – Do I have cancer? by non small cell lung cancer http://icch.org.uk/2009/08/27/i-have-blood-in-my-stool-poo-do-i-have-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-156787 non small cell lung cancer Fri, 06 Jan 2012 08:49:56 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1099#comment-156787 I feel this is among the such a lot important information for me. And i am happy reading your article. But wanna remark on few basic issues, The site style is perfect, the articles is in reality excellent : D. Good job, cheers I feel this is among the such a lot important information for me. And i am happy reading your article. But wanna remark on few basic issues, The site style is perfect, the articles is in reality excellent : D. Good job, cheers

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Comment on I have a lump in my breast. Does that mean I have cancer? by beff http://icch.org.uk/2009/09/24/i-have-a-lump-in-my-breast-does-that-mean-i-have-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-150829 beff Sun, 25 Dec 2011 14:21:03 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1254#comment-150829 hey im beff, um im 13 from AUS and i have white lumps over my left nipple, is this normal? or is it a sign of cancer or what? i also have a funny red rash thing rather close to the lumps, i am extremely worried :/ please help? like is it a form of cancer or what? hey im beff,
um im 13 from AUS and i have white lumps over my left nipple, is this normal? or is it a sign of cancer or what? i also have a funny red rash thing rather close to the lumps, i am extremely worried :/ please help? like is it a form of cancer or what?

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Comment on I have blood in my stool (poo) – Do I have cancer? by emzy http://icch.org.uk/2009/08/27/i-have-blood-in-my-stool-poo-do-i-have-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-148961 emzy Thu, 22 Dec 2011 22:43:55 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1099#comment-148961 i have a really sharp stabbing under my left rib i have had it for a while but when i poo there's blood and it kinda bad and there's something ales but i have no idea what that is... sometimes the sharp pain get really bad and i drop to the floor i don't what to tell anyone i just say i was really sleepy. what do i do ? help i have a really sharp stabbing under my left rib i have had it for a while but when i poo there’s blood and it kinda bad and there’s something ales but i have no idea what that is… sometimes the sharp pain get really bad and i drop to the floor i don’t what to tell anyone i just say i was really sleepy. what do i do ? help

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Comment on How do you explain fatigue to other people? by Thomas http://icch.org.uk/2010/04/20/how-do-you-explain-fatigue-to-other-people/comment-page-1/#comment-148923 Thomas Thu, 22 Dec 2011 21:35:52 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1876#comment-148923 Nice, please come to my website and check it out. Thanks! Nice, please come to my website and check it out. Thanks!

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Comment on I have a lump in my breast. Does that mean I have cancer? by Busisiwe http://icch.org.uk/2009/09/24/i-have-a-lump-in-my-breast-does-that-mean-i-have-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-143857 Busisiwe Wed, 14 Dec 2011 13:42:53 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1254#comment-143857 Hi, I discovered that I had a breast lump at the age of 16.. and I went to my nearest clinic and they refered me to a hospital....and the doctors said it was a normal fibroadenoma but I was'n t satisfied with their response cause I believed that their was more to it....I' ve had it for 7 years now, and they told me it would dissapear on it's own, but after 7 years it still remains and grows and experiencing pain around my armpits and ribs ans back pains, Im very worried and recently joined a cancer association and they refered me to hospital and asked for it to be removed since the doctors really gave a hard time about removing the lump for 7 years. Hi, I discovered that I had a breast lump at the age of 16.. and I went to my nearest clinic and they refered me to a hospital….and the doctors said it was a normal fibroadenoma but I was’n t satisfied with their response cause I believed that their was more to it….I’ ve had it for 7 years now, and they told me it would dissapear on it’s own, but after 7 years it still remains and grows and experiencing pain around my armpits and ribs ans back pains, Im very worried and recently joined a cancer association and they refered me to hospital and asked for it to be removed since the doctors really gave a hard time about removing the lump for 7 years.

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Comment on Microscopes in Aberdeenshire! by Avril http://icch.org.uk/2009/09/01/microscopes-in-aberdeenshire/comment-page-1/#comment-143540 Avril Tue, 13 Dec 2011 20:48:47 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1127#comment-143540 Yep the 2011 stock of Bresser Microscopes are in Lidl again this week :-) Yep the 2011 stock of Bresser Microscopes are in Lidl again this week :-)

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Comment on Marie Curie Nurses and Macmillan Nurses – What is the difference? by Avril http://icch.org.uk/2009/03/05/marie-curie-nurses-and-macmillan-nurses-what-is-the-difference/comment-page-1/#comment-143536 Avril Tue, 13 Dec 2011 20:37:14 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=584#comment-143536 Yes, usually Macmillan nurses are involved with end of life care, but really no one can say for sure when that might be, so its good to get help in place early, this may be what your cousins doctor is thinking? Yes, usually Macmillan nurses are involved with end of life care, but really no one can say for sure when that might be, so its good to get help in place early, this may be what your cousins doctor is thinking?

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Comment on I have a lump in my breast. Does that mean I have cancer? by Avril http://icch.org.uk/2009/09/24/i-have-a-lump-in-my-breast-does-that-mean-i-have-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-143535 Avril Tue, 13 Dec 2011 20:35:19 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1254#comment-143535 Hi Karina, I think you should speak to someone about this, as you are 10 years old I do not think you have breast cancer. Not all lumps are breast cancer. You are worried and so the very best thing to do is tell your parents (or ask you parents to make you a doctors appointment). Your parents don't have to visit the doctor with you (they can wait in the waiting room) and the doctor will be able to put your mind at rest. Don't keep worrying about this by yourself, your smart so I know you'll be able to talk to someone :-) Hi Karina,
I think you should speak to someone about this, as you are 10 years old I do not think you have breast cancer. Not all lumps are breast cancer. You are worried and so the very best thing to do is tell your parents (or ask you parents to make you a doctors appointment). Your parents don’t have to visit the doctor with you (they can wait in the waiting room) and the doctor will be able to put your mind at rest. Don’t keep worrying about this by yourself, your smart so I know you’ll be able to talk to someone :-)

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Comment on Microscopes in Aberdeenshire! by David B http://icch.org.uk/2009/09/01/microscopes-in-aberdeenshire/comment-page-1/#comment-143276 David B Tue, 13 Dec 2011 08:29:41 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1127#comment-143276 Well the good news is Lidl in england say they will have them in stock on Thursday. I for one will be in the queue. As for no diaphragm - these microscopes use an older technique of controlling contrast hence the colour filters built in the stage. I wonder if it will be possible to rig a darkfield adaptor - I was always fond of it as a technique Well the good news is Lidl in england say they will have them in stock on Thursday. I for one will be in the queue.

As for no diaphragm – these microscopes use an older technique of controlling contrast hence the colour filters built in the stage.

I wonder if it will be possible to rig a darkfield adaptor – I was always fond of it as a technique

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Comment on I have a lump in my breast. Does that mean I have cancer? by sherry http://icch.org.uk/2009/09/24/i-have-a-lump-in-my-breast-does-that-mean-i-have-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-142579 sherry Sun, 11 Dec 2011 21:02:11 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1254#comment-142579 hi i just found out at my mamagram.that they found 3 white dots.going for a boipsy next week.can you have pain with breast cancer. hi i just found out at my mamagram.that they found 3 white dots.going for a boipsy next week.can you have pain with breast cancer.

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Comment on What is a normal blood count? by study http://icch.org.uk/2008/10/04/what-is-a-normal-blood-count-2/comment-page-1/#comment-141925 study Sat, 10 Dec 2011 12:20:14 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=163#comment-141925 You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I to find this matter to be actually one thing which I believe I'd never understand. It kind of feels too complicated and very vast for me. I'm taking a look ahead for your subsequent publish, I?ll try to get the cling of it! You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I to find this matter to be actually one thing which I believe I’d never understand. It kind of feels too complicated and very vast for me. I’m taking a look ahead for your subsequent publish, I?ll try to get the cling of it!

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Comment on I have a lump in my breast. Does that mean I have cancer? by karina http://icch.org.uk/2009/09/24/i-have-a-lump-in-my-breast-does-that-mean-i-have-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-129824 karina Sun, 20 Nov 2011 20:18:43 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1254#comment-129824 Hi my name is Karina, and I think I may have breast cancer . Am 10 years old and am scared of the future ,I have seen and felt on my right breast a small lump on my nipple which is going unbumpy,it hurts when I press onto it and its, bigger than the other breast and the lump doesnt hurt . The left breast has , three tiny lumps on the nipple ,it doesnt hurt at all if I press it , its smaller than the other breast and the lumps dont hurt me. I am from the UK , am 10 years old , I would not whant to tell my parents unless I do have breast cancer or tumoar etc. and dont tell MY or any other doctors . am scared of my future and I would like my massage to be read carefully and be replayed as fast as someone can and please feel free for questioning but dont ask for pics thank you Hi my name is Karina, and I think I may have breast cancer . Am 10 years old and am scared of the future ,I have seen and felt on my right breast a small lump on my nipple which is going unbumpy,it hurts when I press onto it and its, bigger than the other breast and the lump doesnt hurt . The left breast has , three tiny lumps on the nipple ,it doesnt hurt at all if I press it , its smaller than the other breast and the lumps dont hurt me.

I am from the UK , am 10 years old , I would not whant to tell my parents unless I do have breast cancer or tumoar etc. and dont tell MY or any other doctors .

am scared of my future and I would like my massage to be read carefully and be replayed as fast as someone can and please feel free for questioning but dont ask for pics thank you

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Comment on Marie Curie Nurses and Macmillan Nurses – What is the difference? by mrs walker http://icch.org.uk/2009/03/05/marie-curie-nurses-and-macmillan-nurses-what-is-the-difference/comment-page-1/#comment-123835 mrs walker Mon, 07 Nov 2011 14:14:35 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=584#comment-123835 we have a cousin with cancer and the doctor has arranged macmillan nurses to come in he gav us 6 weeks or 6 months possibly the lesser and do macmillan nurses come in when a patient is near the end we have a cousin with cancer and the doctor has arranged macmillan nurses to come in he gav us 6 weeks or 6 months possibly the lesser and do macmillan nurses come in when a patient is near the end

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Comment on New BBC TV Series -”The Cell” by Microrna http://icch.org.uk/2009/08/24/new-bbc-tv-series-the-cell/comment-page-1/#comment-121900 Microrna Wed, 02 Nov 2011 14:58:12 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1080#comment-121900 Cancer Encompasses Many Different Conditions And Areas; Non Small Cell Lung Cancer Is The Most Common Cancer Of The Lungs. Cancer Encompasses Many Different Conditions And Areas; Non Small Cell Lung Cancer Is The Most Common Cancer Of The Lungs.

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Comment on Vitamin D and Colorectal Cancer by Mick http://icch.org.uk/2010/01/25/vitamin-d-and-colorectal-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-119361 Mick Tue, 25 Oct 2011 17:37:47 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1752#comment-119361 Interesting research, I've been a fan of vitamin D for a very long time and have used quite alot of it for my health issues, I find it's really good for energy and immune system responses, I don't think we get enough sun in this country and maybe that's why are cancer rates are so high these days. Interesting research, I’ve been a fan of vitamin D for a very long time and have used quite alot of it for my health issues, I find it’s really good for energy and immune system responses, I don’t think we get enough sun in this country and maybe that’s why are cancer rates are so high these days.

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Comment on Anti-Angiogenesis – Stopping the blood supply to tumours. It sounds so easy… by Foods That Prevent Cancer | Anti Aging Nutrition News http://icch.org.uk/2010/06/02/anti-angiogenesis-stopping-the-blood-supply-to-tumours-it-sounds-so-easy/comment-page-1/#comment-112033 Foods That Prevent Cancer | Anti Aging Nutrition News Thu, 06 Oct 2011 23:19:21 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1933#comment-112033 [...] Last month, Dr. Oz introduced Angiogenesis in his show called "5 Foods That Help Starve Cancer". Thi...his fairly new science is an exciting discovery that will help not only the fight against cancer but also obesity, age-related vision loss and preventing limb amputation. So what is angiogenesis and why should we be excited about it? [...] [...] Last month, Dr. Oz introduced Angiogenesis in his show called "5 Foods That Help Starve Cancer". Thi…his fairly new science is an exciting discovery that will help not only the fight against cancer but also obesity, age-related vision loss and preventing limb amputation. So what is angiogenesis and why should we be excited about it? [...]

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Comment on I have blood in my urine – Does that mean I have cancer? by Avril http://icch.org.uk/2009/08/21/i-have-blood-in-my-urine-does-that-mean-i-have-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-107426 Avril Sun, 25 Sep 2011 08:47:17 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1059#comment-107426 I hope you've had the results of your tests now, as you said, it took several weeks so it probably isn't urgent. I hope you’ve had the results of your tests now, as you said, it took several weeks so it probably isn’t urgent.

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Comment on Bone Marrow Donors Save Lives by corporate gifts http://icch.org.uk/2009/05/04/bone-marrow-donors-save-lives/comment-page-1/#comment-106603 corporate gifts Fri, 23 Sep 2011 03:31:24 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=748#comment-106603 Greetings from Australia. You helped me with my university assignment. Thank so much. Greetings from Australia. You helped me with my university assignment. Thank so much.

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Comment on I have blood in my urine – Does that mean I have cancer? by dorothy munn http://icch.org.uk/2009/08/21/i-have-blood-in-my-urine-does-that-mean-i-have-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-101931 dorothy munn Sat, 10 Sep 2011 04:22:05 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1059#comment-101931 i had a ct scan because my doctor saw blood in urine (not visible) she phoned me the very next day and said that my kidneys are fine but did notice galdstones and that she will check with a urology for a better reading. well they phoned me to come in next week.... it was 3 weeks ago when i had the ct scan so im thinking if it was very serious i would think they would have had me come in much sooner. i guess im getting scared because my appt is in another 4 days...so if it was urgent (the ct-scan) should i have been called in right away.....im probably getting worried over nothing...what you think???? i had a ct scan because my doctor saw blood in urine (not visible) she phoned me the very
next day and said that my kidneys are fine but did notice galdstones and that she will
check with a urology for a better reading. well they phoned me to come in next week….
it was 3 weeks ago when i had the ct scan so im thinking if it was very serious i would
think they would have had me come in much sooner. i guess im getting scared because
my appt is in another 4 days…so if it was urgent (the ct-scan) should i have been called
in right away…..im probably getting worried over nothing…what you think????

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Comment on Mindfulness – Stress Reduction by Tia http://icch.org.uk/2008/11/11/mindfulness-stress-reduction/comment-page-1/#comment-101438 Tia Thu, 08 Sep 2011 20:37:36 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=357#comment-101438 I really love doing meditation! I never thought it could work before I gave it a shot... I wish all humans would try it. First I just felt a bit more peaceful and was amazed that this peace stayed with me the whole time or at least a few days. Now I enjoy it every day! I really love doing meditation! I never thought it could work before I gave it a shot… I wish all humans would try it. First I just felt a bit more peaceful and was amazed that this peace stayed with me the whole time or at least a few days. Now I enjoy it every day!

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Comment on Microscopes in Aberdeenshire! by Labrador Dog Training http://icch.org.uk/2009/09/01/microscopes-in-aberdeenshire/comment-page-1/#comment-85911 Labrador Dog Training Sat, 23 Jul 2011 17:00:56 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1127#comment-85911 Great post! Thanks for sharing this post! Great post! Thanks for sharing this post!

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Comment on Aberdeen University – Course in Applied Epidemiology by Delores http://icch.org.uk/2009/10/30/aberdeen-university-course-in-applied-epidemiology/comment-page-1/#comment-80953 Delores Thu, 14 Jul 2011 04:53:15 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1464#comment-80953 I was really confused, and this answered all my qesutoins. I was really confused, and this answered all my qesutoins.

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Comment on Does asparagus cure cancer? Nope. by Ralph Lopez http://icch.org.uk/2010/05/25/does-asparagus-cure-cancer-nope/comment-page-1/#comment-78530 Ralph Lopez Sat, 09 Jul 2011 05:05:54 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1923#comment-78530 Science has not changed. For over a hundred years, when one is diagnosed with cancer, the first line of attack is removal of the cancer growth, chemo and radiation to follow. This is still the case today. Meanwhile the billions raised over the years has not brought out any significant breakthru in the cure. Research is a very profitable science. You either are profitting from cancer or you are totally brainwashed. Cancer is a living cell. When one succumbs from it, the cancer cells can be kept alive and continue to grow in a lab and a poison of some kind can be discovered that will kill it and not harm the body. When something like asparagus comes up, it's you skeptics that are just dying to disprove it. It's only freaking vegetable. The only people who will financially benefit are the asparagus growers. Not your scheming scientist enjoying all the billions raised for cancer to keep them in a luxurious lifestyle while people die! Science has not changed. For over a hundred years, when one is diagnosed with cancer, the first line of attack is removal of the cancer growth, chemo and radiation to follow. This is still the case today. Meanwhile the billions raised over the years has not brought out any significant breakthru in the cure.
Research is a very profitable science.
You either are profitting from cancer or you are totally brainwashed.
Cancer is a living cell. When one succumbs from it, the cancer cells can be kept alive and continue to grow in a lab and a poison of some kind can be discovered that will kill it and not harm the body.
When something like asparagus comes up, it’s you skeptics that are just dying to disprove it. It’s only freaking vegetable. The only people who will financially benefit are the asparagus growers. Not your scheming scientist enjoying all the billions raised for cancer to keep them in a luxurious lifestyle while people die!

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Comment on Breast Cancer – Employment Law and Disability by Juliet http://icch.org.uk/2008/10/31/breast-cancer-employment-law-and-disability/comment-page-1/#comment-70950 Juliet Wed, 15 Jun 2011 21:32:07 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=260#comment-70950 Hi sebrina! I read your blog and I really sympathize with how you feel. The same thing happened to me. I returned to work in a hospital and they had advertised my job that I had done on contract while I was out sick with breast cancer. I also had nodes and mastectomy chemo and radiation and into the bargain my husband collapsed with a brain tumour six weeks after I was diagnosed . The two of us ended up on sick leave together with three dependent children . My husband was unable to even walk or drive for some time. We would get up to get them out to school and stay in bed until before they came home. Then we would get dressed and act normal. The sky fell in for me and my family. After all that I lost my job and income weeks after returning to work. The hospital where I worked knew all about my circumstances but did that to me anyway. I had to get out there and get back working or lose my home. Two years on from that I am great. I have survived and my husband also has. I am glad now I don't work with horrible people like that with no humanity. I tried lawyers but they said my previous employers were within their rights despite being morally rotten. Hang in. Something better is there for you! Hi sebrina! I read your blog and I really sympathize with how you feel. The same thing happened to me. I returned to work in a hospital and they had advertised my job that I had done on contract while I was out sick with breast cancer. I also had nodes and mastectomy chemo and radiation and into the bargain my husband collapsed with a brain tumour six weeks after I was diagnosed . The two of us ended up on sick leave together with three dependent children . My husband was unable to even walk or drive for some time. We would get up to get them out to school and stay in bed until before they came home. Then we would get dressed and act normal. The sky fell in for me and my family. After all that I lost my job and income weeks after returning to work. The hospital where I worked knew all about my circumstances but did that to me anyway. I had to get out there and get back working or lose my home. Two years on from that I am great. I have survived and my husband also has. I am glad now I don’t work with horrible people like that with no humanity. I tried lawyers but they said my previous employers were within their rights despite being morally rotten. Hang in. Something better is there for you!

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Comment on I have blood in my stool (poo) – Do I have cancer? by Avril http://icch.org.uk/2009/08/27/i-have-blood-in-my-stool-poo-do-i-have-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-68002 Avril Thu, 02 Jun 2011 20:16:37 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1099#comment-68002 I doubt its what you are eating and its very, very, very unlikely to be anything serious if you are 14 (as diseases like colon cancer tend to affect people who are 60 or older), but still worth asking your mum to make an appointment. I doubt its what you are eating and its very, very, very unlikely to be anything serious if you are 14 (as diseases like colon cancer tend to affect people who are 60 or older), but still worth asking your mum to make an appointment.

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Comment on I have blood in my urine – Does that mean I have cancer? by Avril http://icch.org.uk/2009/08/21/i-have-blood-in-my-urine-does-that-mean-i-have-cancer/comment-page-1/#comment-68001 Avril Thu, 02 Jun 2011 20:14:20 +0000 http://icch.org.uk/?p=1059#comment-68001 Good advice, if you don't ask you don't know! Good advice, if you don’t ask you don’t know!

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