God will look after your Dad. Prayer said.
Prayers sent for your dad. I agree - spend time with your dad.
Also, you were lurking which is fine and NOT being a troll.
Prayers sent for your dad and your family.
May the Peace of God be with you always.
Also, welcome to the forum.
Thanks oneshot....I have no regrets I'm very close to both my parents and they just had there 35th wedding anniversary! I have took leave from work to help my mom and spend time with my dad.
Thanks SpencerB.......My dad is a Vietnam vet. Much respect to our vets past and present!!!!!! All of my dad health problems are a direct link to agent orange:(
We will keep him in our prayers. Welcome from So Cal.
Prayers sent your way. Welcome to the forum.
More prayers.Keep the faith and take care of you and your family.
Prayers sent. Best of luck.
Prayers sent to you and your family. As someone else said spend as muce time as you can with your dad. You will not regret doing so. He needs all the help and support he can get.
This is the first time I've seen this thread. Sorry.
On my knees now...
Remember...Romans 4:17 tells us to "speak of things that are not as though they are".
100% unwavering faith. :hand10:
T-cell lymphoma is quite hated in my neck of the woods. If people want to help fight the disease (even more than with prayers), volunteering to be a bone marrow donor really adds momentum to our side of the struggle. Perusing PUBMED, it seems that soy products & green tea both show efficacy in battling the disease and counter-acting the negative side-effects of the chemotherapy. You can ask the oncologist specifically about genistein (soy) and EGCG (green tea).
I fricken hate cancer, but we're going to beat it sooner or later. Something to think about if you're thinking about over-spending on a known risk-factor OR giving that spare money to an anti-cancer charity.
And, to the OP, best wishes. Truly.