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every day we learn something n was posted 03/25/2016 12:12 pm by morninglemon
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Same boat with my uncle, also stage 4. Every time he gets chemo, he experiences 1-2 new side effects in addition to the ones he already had. No matter how much we read and research, every day we learn something new about how his body reacts to the drugs. And it is an emotional roller coaster. I was just thinking the other night that ever since the diagnosis, all of our lives have changed. Every family member has the same look on their face when we see each other - concern, exhaustion. We don't let him see it of course, but it's definitely there.

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