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Unread 05-28-2003, 12:18 AM
A big thankyou!

Hi everyone,
I just wanted to say a big thankyou to all the laddies that replyed to my post , it is just what i needed to here right now and gave just a small piece of hope that may be with all your help i can beat it. Thanks all. Siren song if your read this message can you please tell me what the aurthors name is of the person that wrote the book you recomended as i would really like to try and get it .... Thankyou Siren.....
I need to go and have some tea i will talk to all latter when the specalist get back to from they big discusion of my case. Hopefuly they now havea plan of treatment and will ba able to answer some of my question, fingers crossed that this will happen really soon as the wating and not knowing is driving me crazey...
Bye Barbara
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Unread 05-28-2003, 12:28 AM
A big thankyou!

Hi, Barbara.

The book is "Bald in the Land of Big Hair" by Joni Rogers. A friend sent it to me and I really enjoyed it. It was really well-written, and a nice departure from the standard "I got sick and here's what happened" books.

If you like to drink tea, consider trying green tea. It's supposed to be very good for people dealing with cancer. My nutritionist recommended it, so I've been drinking a blend of green tea with jasmine tea, which is a little less bitter. I still miss my coffee, though.

Please let us know what your doctors say regarding your treatment.


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