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Heart 
For those who know, Mr.Unleashed is the name I use for my husband. His name is Tony and from now on,what I will use.
We got the news today that he has cancer. 90% in his left lung and a lesion in his right lung that is 50%.
It has taken a year to diagnose what is really wrong with my husband but these things take awhile.
We have another GPS type test to find out exactly what kind of cancer and what stage,
I'm supposed to be strong and not freak out. I'm doing okay but I need my Fringe family Kiss
I'm already looking at natural remedies,I have been so your comments are welcome. Heartflowers 




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Oh wow....what a shock....at least it was when my wife was diagnosed.  I'm so sorry to hear this.  My thoughts go to a conversation we had not long ago, about Agent Orange ....Agent Orange exposure is lung cancer presumptive. That means it should be comparatively easy to get 100% rated.

https://www.google.com/search?q=lung+can...8&oe=utf-8

That's one of the next places you might want to deal with.  100% disability is now $2900+ a month, and that could help down the road. Start it as soon as possible, because payment starts from the time the claim is filed. See you country Veterans Representative.

I'm so so so sorry to hear this.....fortunately, lung cancer is one they have the best success at dealing with.

What can we do to help?

Hugs to you both!!

Heartflowers
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(05-17-2017, 01:12 AM)Archangel Wrote: Oh wow....what a shock....at least it was when my wife was diagnosed.  I'm so sorry to hear this.  My thoughts go to a conversation we had not long ago, about Agent Orange ....Agent Orange exposure is lung cancer presumptive.

https://www.google.com/search?q=lung+can...8&oe=utf-8

That's one of the next places you might want to deal with.  100% disability is now $2900+ a month, and that will help.

I'm so so so sorry to hear this.....fortunately, lung cancer is one they have the best success at dealing with.

What can we do to help?

Hugs to you both!!

Heartflowers

Yes, we have talked about Agent Orange. Heartflowers A nurse even mentioned itand I have mentioned it to his doctor. They don't care because Nam was a long time ago. They blame it on the fact that he was a smoker. That's all they care about.

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Hugs
No one can resist the truth wrapped in a good joke.

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My thoughts are with you as always...
But I know "Jack" about remedies or treatments - can barely keep myself going.

My love to you, your husband and your family...


Heartflowers Heartflowers Heartflowers
"I don't know everything, I know just enough to know that I know nothing - which is just a little more than those who think they know anything!"
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(05-17-2017, 01:18 AM)MysticPizza Wrote:
(05-17-2017, 01:12 AM)Archangel Wrote: Oh wow....what a shock....at least it was when my wife was diagnosed.  I'm so sorry to hear this.  My thoughts go to a conversation we had not long ago, about Agent Orange ....Agent Orange exposure is lung cancer presumptive.

https://www.google.com/search?q=lung+can...8&oe=utf-8

That's one of the next places you might want to deal with.  100% disability is now $2900+ a month, and that will help.

I'm so so so sorry to hear this.....fortunately, lung cancer is one they have the best success at dealing with.

What can we do to help?

Hugs to you both!!

Heartflowers

Yes, we have talked about Agent Orange. Heartflowers A nurse even mentioned itand I have mentioned it to his doctor. They don't care because Nam was a long time ago. They blame it on the fact that he was a smoker. That's all they care about.

That's for the VA and VA raters and VA courts to decide, not the VA Medical staff though any mention of Agent Orange they put in his charts will help.  It can take a long time for the effects of what we were exposed to during Nam to show up. 

How's he doing right now? And how are you?
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Ffs. That's full on..

What about inhaling 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide, you put it in like a mist bottle (like a sinus spray or glasses cleaner) and inhale it as you spray it in your mouth. It will kill cancer directly.. Google it..

These Japanese mushrooms are very good too.. Will try and find something when I'm home.

@Twaddle will have great ideas

Much love and big hugs.
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(05-17-2017, 01:28 AM)Archangel Wrote:
(05-17-2017, 01:18 AM)MysticPizza Wrote:
(05-17-2017, 01:12 AM)Archangel Wrote: Oh wow....what a shock....at least it was when my wife was diagnosed.  I'm so sorry to hear this.  My thoughts go to a conversation we had not long ago, about Agent Orange ....Agent Orange exposure is lung cancer presumptive.

https://www.google.com/search?q=lung+can...8&oe=utf-8

That's one of the next places you might want to deal with.  100% disability is now $2900+ a month, and that will help.

I'm so so so sorry to hear this.....fortunately, lung cancer is one they have the best success at dealing with.

What can we do to help?

Hugs to you both!!

Heartflowers

Yes, we have talked about Agent Orange. Heartflowers A nurse even mentioned itand I have mentioned it to his doctor. They don't care because Nam was a long time ago. They blame it on the fact that he was a smoker. That's all they care about.

That's for the VA and VA raters and VA courts to decide, not the VA Medical staff though any mention of Agent Orange they put in his charts will help.  It can take a long time for the effects of what we were exposed to during Nam to show up. 

How's he doing right now? And how are you?
He's fine. He is stiff from a broken hip last year but he can rest.He's sleeping now.
Me? I'm looking forward. My curse is I can;t live in the moment.I know what is to come.

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I'm sorry to hear that MP. I know someone who has gone several years 
now with stage 4 lung cancer. She is doing very well on gene therapy 
(she is also elderly and has other serious health problems).
That's My King! (Dr. S.M. Lockridge, Official) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzqTFNfeDnE  Heartflowers
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(05-17-2017, 01:35 AM)MysticPizza Wrote:
(05-17-2017, 01:28 AM)Archangel Wrote:
(05-17-2017, 01:18 AM)MysticPizza Wrote:
(05-17-2017, 01:12 AM)Archangel Wrote: Oh wow....what a shock....at least it was when my wife was diagnosed.  I'm so sorry to hear this.  My thoughts go to a conversation we had not long ago, about Agent Orange ....Agent Orange exposure is lung cancer presumptive.

https://www.google.com/search?q=lung+can...8&oe=utf-8

That's one of the next places you might want to deal with.  100% disability is now $2900+ a month, and that will help.

I'm so so so sorry to hear this.....fortunately, lung cancer is one they have the best success at dealing with.

What can we do to help?

Hugs to you both!!

Heartflowers

Yes, we have talked about Agent Orange. Heartflowers A nurse even mentioned itand I have mentioned it to his doctor. They don't care because Nam was a long time ago. They blame it on the fact that he was a smoker. That's all they care about.

That's for the VA and VA raters and VA courts to decide, not the VA Medical staff though any mention of Agent Orange they put in his charts will help.  It can take a long time for the effects of what we were exposed to during Nam to show up. 

How's he doing right now? And how are you?
He's fine. He is stiff from a broken hip last year but he can rest.He's sleeping now.
Me? I'm looking forward. My curse is I can;t live in the moment.I know what is to come.

Somehow, I think that may be more healthy (FOR YOU) to know and accept that...

When my Ex wife's dad told us he had stage 4 pancreatic cancer she sent me to go study, while she was on the phone with him...

When I came down and the call was ended, she asked if my face could be telling her a bad lie - I said no, there is no hope...

It was hard - but knowing what was to come made it all the better between them in the last weeks/days/hours...
She took my dad's passing worse as it was so sudden an unexpected.

Love you to bits!

Heartflowers Heartflowers Heartflowers
"I don't know everything, I know just enough to know that I know nothing - which is just a little more than those who think they know anything!"
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