Kelly I'm so sorry to hear about your brother's diagnosis. What a ghastly disease. As others have said, the oncologists are never falsely positive, they generally hit you with the worst case scenario so if they're positive, then that's great. These days there are so many people living with cancer, not dying with it. My best friend at university, when we were 21 was diagnosed with advanced non Hodgkin's lymphoma, it was spread to her abdomen. Today she's completely cured and she conceived two children naturally even though they said the chemo would have fried her ovaries. It's not a death sentence.
Jem, good luck. Your life is not messed up, you seem to have your head screwed on.
Hi Biscotti, I have commented on the other thread.
Hi Blonde and Nereid by the way what are you doing next Nereid?