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Hemoglobin is part of the red blood cells and carries iron I believe. Low hemoglobin is usually indicative of Anaemia which can be a side effect of the chemotherapy as it inhibits your bodies ability to produce more red blood cells. No sure about the ulcers. Thoughts and prayers coming your way my dear *big hugs*

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Thank you, everyone.

 

Update for tonight is that they think she's too weak for them to start the 2nd round of chemo tomorrow. They'll decide tomorrow morning.

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*hugs* Keeping you and family in prayers. Please rest as well... you're gonna need your strength over the next few days/weeks.

 

Cancer really sucks. Gah.

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-hugs more- "There is no rock so strong that water and wind cannot wear it away, no fire so fierce that water cannot quench it or wind snuff it out." This is just another rock in the path of life, and we the gentle loving water that will wash it away with our support. Your family ever continues to be in our thoughts.

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Not a White Tower member but felt it would be okay, as this is on the public board, to say how sorry I am to hear of your loss. Hopefully someday they'll find a cure for cancer, it is a terrible disease that can take anyone, at any age, with little notice.

 

It's painful to loose them but they will always live on in the memories they leave with those who remain behind. Treasure the good times you had! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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Thank you so much for all your kind words and thoughts. It really does mean a lot to me and to my family.

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