I'm glad your mom had some good news. I'm not sure about the chemo unless she is doing maintenance chemotherapy or something like Tarceva or Crizotinib, a targeted therapy that keeps the cancer at bay. I can't comment unless I know more but what I do know is that you are an incredible daughter who loves her mom.
Keep loving her and supporting her. It's ok to let her know you are sad or scared- but that you are ready and willing to fight beside her and help her in anyway you can.
Let her know it's ok to lean on you too.
And when you feel alone and need to vent and need to lean on someone, come here. We've been there and we will be here for you.
Please keep posting and please keep us posted on your mom and YOU!
- Katie Brown, Co-Founder and Director of LCSC-
15 yr cancer survivor.
"Any of us who have experienced the cancer journey- and survived it-
have an obligation to make the path clearer and aid those that come after us."
- Lance ArmstrongIn memory of Jessee Dewey, SCLC
December 29, 1938 - September 6, 2003
Lisa Dewey- Jan. 22, 2007my parents are together in heaven