i just want to get this off my chest...my lovely and loving aunt passed away at the age of 47 yrs old 3 yrs ago from colon cancer...she knew for a while that something wasn't right and had gone back to her dr. a few times and he said it was the stress of her job...her new promotion..so she demoted her self finally. still no relief. yearly pap smear revealed that the cancer, which had began in the colon had spread to the vagiana.and it was bad. she did the chemo and had surgery where she had both bags.thats was all they could do.they were gonna start chemo again after surgery.it was inperitive that it begin again but she got infections. by the time they could do the chemo, i think it was 2 late.she ended up in the hospital so many times . finally it had gone to the brain and the spine.after a yr of this she succumbed to this horrible disease. my thoughts were to sue that first dr. for not doing an exam ( oh and her dad died of colon cancer? should have been a hint?)anyway she said that before she was born God knew how long she was to live and how she was to die and she didn't feel that it was anyones fault. just her destiny.but i'm still angry at that dr.
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