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planet3rry

Pneumonia is never a good thing but I am glad to hear that it's a mild case. Hopefully, she will be strong enough to let the antibiotics do their magic. When I have had pneumonia more severe than mild, but not enough to be in the hospital, that it really takes alot out of a healthy person, a runner... training for a marathon at the time. I pray that she will get through this quickly

The upcoming decisions are definitely very difficulty ones. My brothers and I had to amke a similar type decision about my dad. Although he was in much worse case and so the decision was a little easier to make, a luxury I guess.

Marcie

I just want to let you know that I read your blog regularly. My mom has ovarian cancer as well and I too live far from her. It is certainly a difficult journey. I have found your blog helpful in many ways. I will continue to keep your mother in my prayers.

Mr. Bro

I am not so sure that I would equate stopping chemotherapy with ending the battle against cancer.

Chemo can be a tough, draining, demoralizing experience. Multiple and successive chemo all the more so. I think that's what mom & dad have been through.

Therefore to stop chemo can simply be an agreement that the price to be payed is too high compared to the benefits. That doesn't mean giving up the fight.

Mike

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