I lost my mother on Dec 30,2007. She was a very healthy woman all of her life and then on September 16 she took what we thought was a stroke..only to find out it was a seizure from brain cancer.More tests revealed that she was full of it. She had it in the breast, bone, brain and many other places.She had only had a mammogram done 4 months before.I now have a fear of it striking me and have to deal with my father who is not taking it well at all.Supports at home are not the best either because my husband is the type who thinks I should just get over it.And I of course spend my days crying..any words of wisdom out there...Frances
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