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Old 09-05-2006, 09:15 PM
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Old 09-06-2006, 06:14 AM
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My sentiments exactly, Varki. Except that my
Expletives were much stronger/worse :x

If you all could say a prayer occasionally, I'd appreciate it.

For Margie Beers
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Definitely, Early Bird. That's all we can do now.
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I called her home phone again yesterday, and still the
same message.

I may try calling some of the local hospitals today, to
see if I can find her and speak with her. I'm trying to
think positive
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Old 09-09-2006, 04:31 AM
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One of her daughters answered her phone yesterday,
saying Marge will probably come home next Tues. It
seems she'd been horribly nauseous, etc from the Chemo
and her Dr. had told her to immediately go to the hospital,
if she got any fever, which she did.

Marge was once again dehydrated, but also they had to bring
her temps down. That's all I know, but Bobbie gave me her
hosp room no, so I'll try to call today, and maybe see her
over this weekend.
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Old 09-13-2006, 09:35 AM
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Just to keep you all up-dated.

I spoke w/Margie this am - she's home, but very tired, nauseous and weak.
She did have the MRO's for brain and bones and the Cancer has NOT spread anywhere else. Food of any kind makes her feel sick.

That's all I know for now
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Old 12-30-2006, 05:49 AM
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After many falls from weakness, trips in and out of the Hospitals,
each time weaker and worse, Margie has now been sent home
with one of her daughters - to Die. She is being seen by
Hospice workers. Her Cancer Dr. has said there is nothing
else they can do for her. Nor TO her, I might add. Her
cousin, Karla told me that Marge is in and out of consciousness,
And they're not sure Marge will make it to the New year.

Please pray that she may have as easy a passing as possible.

Thanks, Early Bird
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Old 12-30-2006, 07:25 AM
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Early Bird, so sorry that your friend is reaching the end of her life. You two have enjoyed a friendship, and your care and concern for her shows in your posts here.
Our wishes and prayers are with Margie, and with you, and I hope that her final days are comfortable.
Thinking of you, with love.
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Very sorry to hear about your friend.


We can only speculate on her outcome if she didnít follow her doctorís orders.
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I'm sorry, too, to hear about your friend.

And now everything will be blamed on the cancer, and the real murderer (the chemo) goes scot-free.

It should be obvious to everyone "who" the real killer is. :x

Reading the first post of this thread, we find she was in "early" stages of lung cancer last August. I doubt if this early cancer, left alone, would have brought her to this sorry (near death?) state within four months. Why can't doctors see "who" the real killer is in cases like this???

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Doctors can't see through the pouring money.

Sorry about your friend, Earlybird
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Thank you all for your kind remarks and your prayers for Margie.
Remember, her docs didn't even want her to bother w/vitamins?
Such Fools!!!!!!!!!
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The following dietary changes have been studied in connection with lung cancer.

Fruits and vegetables
Most studies suggest that as consumption of fruits and vegetables increases, risk of lung cancer decreases.
N-Acetyl L-Cysteine helps the body synthesize glutathione, an important antioxidant that works together with Selenium to protect the lung cells against free radical damage. Long-term use of N-Acetyl L-Cysteine may increase urinary excretion of Zinc. Therefore, additional Zinc intake is needed. Licorice is traditionally used as an anti-inflammatory in treating allergic reactions. L-Carnitine may contribute to a healthy lung because it helps transport oxygen to the cells and produce energy. Vitamin C, Vitamin E and CoQ10 are powerful antioxidants. Low levels of CoQ10 may be linked to lung disease.

Mitamins products contains essential nutrients that enhance the immune system and can act, or support, important antioxidants. It is complementary to physician recommended treatments in the process of radiotherapy and chemotherapy
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Great News Everyone!!!!!
Margie called me at the end of last week to say she will
be leaving her daughter's home this coming week to
return to her apt. Her daughter had been feeding her
super healthy fresh foods for over a month, and now
her tests show she is Cancer free. She does still have
some recuperations from the Chemo to go thru.
Ever her Cancer and other Allopathic Docs are AMAZED
at her recovery. Marge said her daughter also gave her
Vitamins. She does now realize that she w/have to
continue to eat more fresh, wholesome foods and the Vits.

I swear, I cried like a baby when she called me
She and I are both sure too, that all the prayers people
said for her helped greatly too. Thanks to ALL of you for
those prayers. I've pronmised to take her to Red Lobster
for several good lunches as soon as Our near 0* temps
leave. My kids sent me gift cards for Christmas so we'll
be able to go about 3 times.
I am just soooo thrilled and thankful that she's still alive.
Thanks again Everyone!
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Early Bird, what fantastic news!
Just before Christmas we were commiserating with you on the near-end of her life, and now she is almost home!!

What a reprieve, and a continuation of your long friendship.
Good health, Margie
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