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    Cathy Sage

    Hi I'm new to this group 😊

    Good Morning I'm new to this group. I'm recovering from a lobectomy. Hope to chat soon 😊
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    Cathy Sage

    Hi I'm new to this group 😊

    Good Morning I'm new to this group. I'm recovering from a lobectomy. Hope to chat soon 😊
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    jack14

    Protective Masks

    Thanks, I have read several studies about fhe antimicrobial effect, like you mentioned previously, when exposed to "solid surfaces". I was refering to the testing and evaluation of these new copper impregnated textile materials. Staying the course
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    Donna G

    Happy Memorial Day!

    My husband was a Navy Veteran . He was a Sonar man. He entered the Navy in 1963 and served until 1977. After this he worked Military contracts until 2012. He was active in the American Legion and the VFW. He is at Fort Snelling National Cemetery . One day I will be with him again ____there in the grave next to him. He was a wonderful caring person to those he served with, worked with , and family, and friends. Donna G
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    Blossomsmom

    Swallowing issues

    Hi Shane. My mom had the same problem with swallowing during and after chemo. The pain was intense. She tried numerous things prescribed by her Onc, nothing helped. Desperate, I turned to Doctor Google. Found an article from the Mayo Clinic that suggested peppermint may help as it relaxes the muscles in the esophagus. I went to the drug store, spoke to the pharmacist who said peppermint hard candy wouldn’t hurt and could help. Bought a bag and raced to my Moms house. She sucked on the candy before eating and it actually did help! Maybe placebo, maybe mind over matter? Not sure but it gave her a little relief that she desperately needed. Peppermint tea also seemed to help a little. I nixed my moms suggestion that peppermint schnapps might help as well. Hope your dad is doing better. It’s so hard to watch them struggle. Hang in there.
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