Are her parents right about chemotherapy?

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27 Mar 2024, 11:24 pm

nick007 wrote:
This post reminds me of a question my first girlfriend asked me a few times. "Would you still love me if I lost my hair?" :tired:

Would you still feed me? would you still need me? when I'm 64


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28 Mar 2024, 6:03 pm

cyberdad wrote:
babybird wrote:
You get to a certain age and you suddenly start thinking that every single little twinge is cancer.

I think people worry far too much about death and they forget to live

Actually twinges of pain are common once you get to a certain age.

Yeah that's what I'm saying

We have existence


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06 Apr 2024, 1:48 pm

I think the woman has the right to make any decision about her health care, regardless of her reasons.
A person can't be forced to have chemotherapy.
It's not her parents' decision to make.

I agree it would be upsetting if my child who was over 18 made this decision.
Ultimately however, they're an adult.
I would ensure they'd had a lot of input with specialists when making their decision.

That being said, cold caps are known to save people's hair.

And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.