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This topic contains 2 replies, has 1 voice, and was last updated by  Carrie 13 years, 5 months ago.

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    Carrie
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    Here is Fran’s message:

    “Husband 73 just had his 2nd opinion and was told he has 10% of blasts but is not anemic at this time so he haven’t gone through chemo yet. Our life is on hold. We have been married only 11 years. I am 71, just had a pacemaker put in and don’t know where to do from here.

    Thanks for your halep

    Fran”

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    Fran
    Member

    I am sorry Carrie that I posted in your space. I don’t know how to use this web chat line. I hope someone can help me use it right. I am 71 and have no idea what to do. Help me please. Fran

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    Carrie
    Member

    It’s okay that you posted in my post. I just didn’t want anyone to miss your post smile . We’re a friendly group and you’ll usually get responses if you post in the right spot.

    If you want to post a new message instead of replying, click the New Topic button near the top of the page. If you still have questions, try clicking the link to the faq that is right below the New Topic button.

    Love,
    Carrie

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