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Has any family member or close friend had Cancer?

By Scarlet . Created on 06 Sep, 2019
CANCER IN AUSTRALIA * An estimated 145,000 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in Australia this year, with that number set to rise to 150,000 by 2020. * 1 in 2 Australian men and women will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. * Cancer is a leading cause of death in Australia - almost 50,000 deaths from cancer are estimated for 2019 * The most common cancers in Australia (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer) are prostate, breast, colorectal (bowel), melanoma and lung cancer. These five cancers account for around 60% of all cancers diagnosed in Australia.
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MissJessone said on Dec 23, 2019
Yes, and the cancer council don’t help...
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Belinda said on Oct 23, 2019
Why ask people something so sensitive. 🤬
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Anonymous said on Sep 30, 2019
My pop and GG
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Tulia said on Sep 23, 2019
yes my mom's namesake!
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JellyKat said on Sep 23, 2019
My neice had cancer, fought the fight for 2 years and passed away in may last year. She was 31 and left a hubby and 3 years old.
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Sandra said on Sep 21, 2019
We found my husband had oesophyagyeal cancer(wrong spelling I think) last November and we have been dealing with that, been through chemo and radiation first, then the op (it is a huge operation) and now dealing with the eating and digestive problems which will be ongoing for the rest of his life - BUT - all the cancer is gone so cannot ask for more than that (he used to weigh 18 or 19 stone and is now 16 stone (114...
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braunhi said on Sep 21, 2019
Sandra thanks for your message. Indeed this cancer is not a pleasant one to have - none are. I am pleased that he is cancer free. The positives far outweigh the negatives in this situation. The eating and digestive problems take a while to get used to but I am sure with your support all will be well. Keep safe both of you. B.
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Hans Proebsting said on Sep 15, 2019
I have, and I can verify that the treatment is worse than the disease. Take all possible steps to lower cancer risk.
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braunhi said on Sep 21, 2019
Sorry to hear that Hans but you are right about the treatments. Take care. B.
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Mrs said on Sep 10, 2019
Had my first melonoma removed from my face this year. Lost my Dad to bone cancer just short of his 55th and hubby lost both of his parents to different cancers. And then their are friends and aquaintences. So yes lots.