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    Sending you waves of positive healing vibes and loads of love . Get well soon Flo!
    Desrae, guardian of two tri-coloured cavaliers, Belle 3 years old and Bobby 1 year/8 months.

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    Healing thoughts to you Flo!

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    Oops! I'd got it firmly in my diary as the 9th, the 6th was a hospital appointment for me! Oh well, you'll need our good wishes to get well now...

    Kate, Oliver and Aled

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    Sorry to have missed this Flo but do hope the op went well and you are not too sore. Look after yourself and let us know how everything went when you feel up to it.

    You are in our thoughts
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    The tumour was small but deeper than expected, looking malignant and agressive the surgeon told me. I have had the first dose of mitomycin (chemo) and will be booked in for a further six as soon as the lab results come back, then a cystoscopy 3 months after that. Just counting myself lucky because one of the other ladies waiting for surgery with me also had bladder cancer. She was expecting to have her bladder and one kidney taken out. She told me it was her own fault because she delayed seeing the doctor for far too long. The uro. sister who tended me on the ward told me later that the poor lady died on the table. I must have had such a lucky escape from that one because it took me 2 years to persuade my GP that there was anything wrong with me at all. It's a funny old world sometimes, don't you think.

    I'm here and twice as large as life and very happy to be all in one piece, even though I feel as though I've had an argument with a JCB and lost. That will pass, neanwhile the amber liquid and the pain killers are doing a good job. Thank you all for the kind thoughts and prayers. They worked so well that I felt so many people were right in there with me.
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    Flo & the ByFloSin Cavaliers
    Winston Alexander,Little Joe & Holly Poppet
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    May you heal fast and get all of the support you need. It makes me angry that your doctor didn't listen to you in the first place. I have heard that chemotherapy is horrible and I will pray that your time going through it will be bearable, and that it gets rid of the cancer.

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    Hi Flo
    Well done to you ,your a star but take care of yourself.
    Brian M

    Poppy the Tri, Daisy the Blen, Rosie the Ruby and Lily the B & T

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    Flo, Wishing you a speedy recovery from your surgery. Take care.
    Sandra
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    My Darling Cinders and Lady Jane waiting at the Bridge

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    Hope you have laid in an interesting and cheery variety of scarves and turbans - just in case for the chemo!! I was lucky - I have another condition that means I can't have chemo, so got away with just having radiotherapy. I was also lucky that I had a polyp that had to be removed by day surgery and that was when they discovered the tumour and then things moved very quickly. Hope the chemo isn't too awful - take care of yourself. Plenty of cossetting (of all sorts)!

    Kate, Oliver and Aled

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    Wishing you a speedy recovery Flo
    Sue

    Darcy - Blenheim - 17th Sept 2005
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