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    My grandmother has cancer

    So I found out today, my grandmother, who is also diabetic, has breast cancer and it may have spread to her stomach. She does not speak english very well and my aunts and uncles haven't told her this yet.

    I'm just wondering, what are the chances of surviving something like that?

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    I have no idea what the chances of survival are Sultan particularly given the breast cancer may have spread. I'm sorry to hear your family and yourself are going through this

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    I am so so sorry. Im sending prayers to your family, especially to your grandmother.

    Do not google breast cancer statistics. That is the worst thing that you can do. I know this from experience. The best thing is probably to listen to the doctors and see what the next step is.

    I have heard of people surviving the disease even after it spreads.
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    Re: My grandmother has cancer

    Sultan,
    I am thinking good thoughts for you and your grandmother.
    Cancer, when it is localized, can be highly curable.
    There are lots of treatments available.
    My mother was a breast cancer survivor.
    My grandmother was a bladder cancer survivor. She had it in her 70's, and lived to almost 98 years old.
    Keep the faith and and keep thinking good thoughts for her...


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    Re: My grandmother has cancer

    sorry about that, man. jerry, the doctor in here, probably would be able to help you in regards to that or other posters in here involved in the health field.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Re: My grandmother has cancer

    I am very sorry to hear about your grandmother. I do hope that she can recover.

    The thing to remember...everyone is different...there are alot of different variables.

    My mom had breast cancer....she lost her breast and then it spread to her liver and she had five months before she died.

    The Scottish lady who works for me had breast cancer this past year...she had both breasts removed and just when she is ready to come back to work it spread to her lymphnodes...she is getting treated right now. She says she feels great and the reports are positive so.....

    ...another friend who I visited on Friday...good news...she lost both of her breasts...it spread *(I forgot where)...and she is alive and cancer free now for 16 years.

    These are three women...different stories....I hope your grandmother has a positive outcome...it IS possible.

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    Whatever the outcome, I hope that she lives well. I'm sure she would appreciate you spending time with her.

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    Re: My grandmother has cancer

    Sorry to hear. I'm not an expert but I've listen the older a person is the slower cancer grows. My grandparent had bladder cancer and he lived for at least 10 years with it. When he died he did for non cancer related causes.

    My best wishes for your family.

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    Re: My grandmother has cancer

    Unfortunately metasatic cancers, where the disease has spread from one part of the body to the other do not generally have as good a prognosis as when the tumour is localized.

    As others have said though, the most important first step is to speak with the oncologist to see what treatment options are open.

    There is no sense in her children not telling her. She is the person with the cancer. Not them. They are not protecting her. She needs to have a clear idea of the prognosis and of the pros and cons of any treatment pathways.

    She should not be acted upon, she is not a child....she should be an active partner in making her decisions for treatment and in understanding the progression and likely outcome of the disease.

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    Re: My grandmother has cancer

    Quote Originally Posted by rareboy View Post
    Unfortunately metasatic cancers, where the disease has spread from one part of the body to the other do not generally have as good a prognosis as when the tumour is localized.

    As others have said though, the most important first step is to speak with the oncologist to see what treatment options are open.

    There is no sense in her children not telling her. She is the person with the cancer. Not them. They are not protecting her. She needs to have a clear idea of the prognosis and of the pros and cons of any treatment pathways.

    She should not be acted upon, she is not a child....she should be an active partner in making her decisions for treatment and in understanding the progression and likely outcome of the disease.
    A fantastic response , Many variables come into effect > age , how early detected , has the cancer spread or not , and i personaly believe in the patients mindset .

    My thoughts are with you at this time , i wish you and your family strength and unity at such a horrible time.........

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    So sorry to hear the news. Thinking of you and your family!

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    Stay strong! And be there for her at every moment!

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    I'm so sorry to hear this, Sultan. I hope things turn out for the best.

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    My thoughts go out to you and your grandmother,

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