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    I think that it can happen that quickly scarily.

    Very tough viewing but glad that they are tackling it.

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    A friend of mine here in my village looked right as rain 2 months ago .. went to the doctor after a dizzy spell and fall ... terminal cancer everywhere, now spreading to his brain .. saw him yesterday, he was in good spirits but you can tell how poorly he is. Doctors told him to eat, drink and smoke as much as he likes... not expected to be around at Christmas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perdita View Post
    A friend of mine here in my village looked right as rain 2 months ago .. went to the doctor after a dizzy spell and fall ... terminal cancer everywhere, now spreading to his brain .. saw him yesterday, he was in good spirits but you can tell how poorly he is. Doctors told him to eat, drink and smoke as much as he likes... not expected to be around at Christmas
    My Mum seemed as fit as a fiddle; she was out walking most days or going off to various clubs she belonged to. No sign of any illness. Then a couple of times she said she felt a bit tired; about a week later she said she was feeling worse and could hardly move, so I called an ambulance. They took her into hospital where she was told she had terminal cancer. She died about four days later. From being seemingly fit with no problems at all to dying must have been no more than a month at most. Oh yes, it can happen suddenly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerman View Post
    My Mum seemed as fit as a fiddle; she was out walking most days or going off to various clubs she belonged to. No sign of any illness. Then a couple of times she said she felt a bit tired; about a week later she said she was feeling worse and could hardly move, so I called an ambulance. They took her into hospital where she was told she had terminal cancer. She died about four days later. From being seemingly fit with no problems at all to dying must have been no more than a month at most. Oh yes, it can happen suddenly.
    So sorry parkerman about you mum

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    I think even hearing even the word Cancer deflates anyone

    My heart is breaking for Sinead but the actress is doing great with the storyline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perdita View Post
    So sorry parkerman about you mum
    Thanks Perdy, but in some ways the fact the end was quite sudden was a good thing really and that she was fit and well and very active up to only about a month before she died. It would have been much worse if she had had months or even years of suffering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerman View Post
    Thanks Perdy, but in some ways the fact the end was quite sudden was a good thing really and that she was fit and well and very active up to only about a month before she died. It would have been much worse if she had had months or even years of suffering.
    sorry all the same man

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    https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbi...box=1569508426

    Sinead's mum Arlene comes to Weatherfield for Sinead's final scenes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perdita View Post
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbi...box=1569508426

    Sinead's mum Arlene comes to Weatherfield for Sinead's final scenes
    Thats good of her, she never gave her support when Sinead was going through the ringer!

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