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 Why do people start smoking?
10 pts. for first GOOD answer!...


 I lost the love of my life ,to cancer about 1 month ago,could anyone tell me when the hurt stops?
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 I think i have cancer?
well im loosing a lot of hair like mabye this much IIIIIIIIIIIIII in acucil size what do i do
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 I think I have a serious problem. I've been having really REALLY bad bleeding when I poo. can it be cancer?
I think I have a serious problem. I've been having really REALLY bad bleeding when I poo. I have fresh red blood on the toilet paper when I wipe, there is blood on the stool, and blood in the ...


 Can you get breast cancer if you slap a friend in the breast?
sometimes my friend and i slap eachother in the chest just playing around. Can you get cancer from that?...


 Please could my mum have your prayers this afternoon?
My mum gets the results of her biopsy today please could you all pray that everthing is ok
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 Do you tell a mature adult that she is going to die soon?
My mum is 64. She has breast cancer. May have had it for several months but believed she was dealing with it very well without the help of modern doctors (and without informing any family member ...


 If we all lived underground away from the sun, would we still get cancer?
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 What doesn't cause cancer?
is there anything left? i am dreading the day they tell us that air causes cancer and we have to stop breathing....


 My son told me I needed to buy him regular pop because diet pop causes cancer.?
Has anyone heard of this or is he trying to pull a fast one on me? My response to him was "doesn't everything cause cancer?"...


 Can I refuse cancer treatment and let it run its course with painkillers from my GP.?
My mother had cancer and although surgery extended her life her quality of life was poor....


 Should smokers be treated for lung cancer?
Discuss!...


 Females only, please (pretty darn embarrassing)?
In my typical paranoid fashion, I've been doing a few checks of my -chest area- every couple weeks. I've noticed a solid area in both breasts, and since I'm getting pretty concerned, I&...


 Can you die from prostate cancer?
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 If smoking is bad for our health, then why don't they just stop making cigarettes?

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I would't dare stop you from smoking to death; that is your choice. I won't even try to convince all the ...


 I've found a lump in my breast...?
It's just n the middle of my cleavage,and it hurts when you put pressure on it. could it be cancer? I'm 20 years old, but theres no history of it in my family.

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 Help me i think i'm dying.?
ok so starting about a year ago i strated getting headaches all the time it stoppd for about 6 months and then it started agaian but along with the headaches i got extremely dizzy, i started to have ...


 My brother has cancer only 2 months left im finding it hard to cope?
im just devastated
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 I am dying of of cancer, but i can't tell my fiance or family. I don't want them to fuss over me. I am scared
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 Is it ok to smoke at age 14?
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Is it appropriate to give a get well card to someone who is near death?
                     




PiNkY
Hmmmmmm, I don't think I would. How about a card that simply lets the person know that you are thinking of them and are praying for them? May God bless you with the wisdom to compose the appropriate verbage that will bless your friend.


şιlvэя άпđ ĉðłď♥
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Bad idea... just pray for them if they can't get better.


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no, just send a THINKING OF YOU CARD!


elk312
The intention is understandable but if it is certain that they will not get better, it may be like adding insult to injury. I would just show your support by paying them a little visit.


Heather S
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It might be more appropriate to send them a card telling them that they are in your thoughts and prayers. So they know who's thinking of them and can be touched in their final days.


sindi
i wouldnt , i would give a thinking of you card


Scorpio
I wouldn't if I were you. And don't get a I'll miss you or goodbye card either. Buy some flowers and a teddy bear and give him / her warm hugs. Try to cheer him / her up.


Katherine
No. There are plenty of thinking of you cards that cover this type of situation.


Big B
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Yes. No wait....no!


hollywood
Ya, But I would go with a Thinking of you and wishing the best kind of card,Good Luck,Hollywood!


ImSpartacus
it depends if they have any chance of 'getting well' otherwise theres no point in the 'get well' part of the get well card, is there?

BUT, if this person has a sense of humor, and is very tense, then i think it could be approprioate to lighten the overall atmosphere by giving them the card as an intentional joke.

this is very shakey ground, you have to be positive that the person will take it humorously, or youll look like a bit of an a' hole in front of ppl that may have very delicate feelings for this person.

it all depends on the person and the atmosphere, but i wouldnt advise it in general


mJc
Get a card that is blank inside and send your friend a handwritten note letting them know that they are in your thoughts and prayers.


Tinkerbell
Personally, I wouldn't send a get well card if you (and they) know they are not going to get well. There are other kinds of cards you can send to let the person know that you are thinking of them.


tonykrygier
I think it would always be worthwhile to let someone know you are thinking of them and wish them well, even if you know they will not get well.
I doubt someone in that sad position whould be petty enough to think poorly of you for wishing them well.


noyb
Absolutely not!! Find a card that shows them you care and that you're thinking of them. Giving them a get well card when they know it's not going to happen is cruel and insensitive.


onehello67
NO


Wite Out
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No it is not appropriate.
Would you like someone to give you a card.


tysavage2001
If you are certain they are dying, then, no .. I would try to just spend time with them .. and send a "thinking of you " card. Good Luck ! :)


thst209
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Well yes and no. No because.. you truly want them to get better.. because you love them of course and no one wants to see anyone get sicker. More appropriate though would just be a "Thinking of you" or "I love you" card with bright colors. It would lift their spirits knowing that you are thinking of them and love them more than seeing the words get well when they know they are only getting worse.


THREE RIVERS
Thinking of you is more appropriate


bobbie e
I wouldn't. -


daiseynavigator
definitely go with a thinking of you card.


pinesgranny
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Maybe you could get a "Thinking of you" card instead. Or just write a nice note on a blank card to let them know that they haven't been forgotten.


Yukon Sally
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Get a pretty "Thinking of You" card that is blank inside. Write a caring note inside telling them that you are thinking about them and praying ( or hoping) that will get better soon. If they are bedridden, then they may enjoy a few lines of news about your life too.


Katze
It depends what the card is saying, and if the patients knows about his/her status. Some flowers and a "Thinking of you" card would be nice.


cutecancerchick
i had cancer, and from personal experience, i think a "thinking of you" card might be better.


wilsonaj101177
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Probably not. "Thinking of You" or "Keeping You In My Prayers" type sentiments may be better.


liz26767
I believe a "thinking of you card" would be better. It would still allow you to send a card, but without the worries of anyone getting upset...


Night Wind
I would send a "Thinking of you card" and add your own personnel note to it.


One L MicheLe
No, Give them a cute card that will bring a smile to their face.


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