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  • #2671
    paml
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    This is a message of moral support to all. I’ve been on this Forum since 2000, and as I’ve said before, at this crap since at least 1987. At the age of 46 I feel like a bit of an old timer. I pitch in when I feel what info I have maybe useful.

    There are differences between the emotional and informational needs of each of us. I appreciate reading the impressions, opinions and experiences of my co-patients. As an informed patient, I discern what information is useful, and disregard what isn’t pertinent. I do derive much food for thought, knowledge and treatment info from the members of this forum and other resourses. Just a quick thank you to all!

    #2672
    Terri
    Member

    I agree, I have found so much information that has help me get through this for my husband

    #2673
    Neil
    Member

    Hi Pam,
    Well said!
    Your knowledge, counsel and compassion has been appreciated.
    Neil

    #2674
    eve
    Member

    i too want to thank all the knowledgeable people on this forum

    they have given me a greater understanding of the different avenues this disease can take – have made me sound very intelligent to the doctors and have added moral support

    thank you

    eve

    #2675
    Donna
    Member

    Hi Pam, I agree, I’m relatively new to this forum. Found out about it a bit too late. My mom passed Aug 1st 2004. We suspect she had already progressed to AML by the time I found this forum, she was 62. I only wish I had found it sooner, I can’t even remember how I stumbled upon it. Needless to say, the information and support I found here is beyond incredible. Mom would’ve loved to be a part of it — to relate to people who are experiencing some of the same things would’ve been very comforting to her.
    I read the posts everyday, and still feel a part of the sorrow and the hope.

    Donna

    #2676
    shirlsgirl
    Member

    Hi Pam,

    I agree with you completely!! You said it so well!
    Thank you to all, Jody

    #2677
    KATHY1
    Member

    Hi everyone, I also stumbled onto this forum a bit too late. My mom passed away October 10, 2004. I appreciate all the information, support and personal stories shared by everyone. It makes me feel not so alone. I was only on the forum for about 2 weeks so I don’t have a lot of information to share but I feel I need to know what happens to each of you (still waitinfg to hear about Marsha). I especially worry this time of year because colds and flu are everywhere. I hope your all doing well and thanks to all for sharing what you have to offer.

    Kathy

    #2678
    Jimbob
    Member

    Although I am not able to reply or post as often as I would like, I do read severral times a week an I am VERY thankful for the info and support that is given here. Even when there is something that I don’t agree with, it gives me something to check out. I hope and pray that 2005 will be a better year for all of us. Jim

    #2679
    alexandra7
    Participant

    I agree …I feel so much better knowing that other people can help me with advice and good words .”Super” as we say here in Romania. Alexa

    #2680
    Lexingtongrn
    Member

    Pam…I completely agree! I’ve had so many questions answered by just reading this forum every day. I’ve learned much more this way than any other.

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