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Postby Jyndrek » Fri May 16, 2014 3:05 pm

Hi Stanley , Hi Bob , Hi Brian , Hi Everyone :P

Hello Gentlemen Warm You

I am writing this post as an answer to a very nice e-mails from friends in WRFF

Your kind interest in me really touched me .
Although they belong to the people of middle aged, then I for one another adventure with the disease cancer .
In January 2013 I finished chemotherapy, chronic lymphocytic leukemia
The current health problems are the consequences of this disease.
So far, managed to avoid hospitalization, although it is still possible
Simply put, at one time gathered a few problems ,
very painful disease of the skin, pain in the back and throat and generally vile mood , and other attractions Image
And that's why the last few days I did not want to even turn on a computer,
And your your interest and wishes for good health really, really touched me.
Thank You Very Warmly Friends

But I think that a few days back to cluttering Image in our forum

Best wishes,

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Re: Friends

Postby Yellowstone7 » Fri May 16, 2014 5:45 pm

Hi Jyndrek:

Great to hear from you again. :P Cancer treatment can be very painful and often times, very depressing for the soul. My brother went through this about three years ago and it was not very pleasant. He had the same symptoms like those you have described and didn't think the would survive it. However, through his strong will, positive thinking and love from those around him he managed to completely recover and is now doing very well again. He is now able to play the game he, twice a week!

As we reach middle and old age diseases and sickness are just those inconvenience that sometimes get into our way. Something we surely didn't think of when we were younger men. My good Doctor tells me that in a critical medical situation medicine is only half the cure, the other is mental power and sheer will. I am sure you will survive this with a strong will and you will be strong and OK again soon.

When you feel well enough to go back to your computer and RWFF please let me know. I have the River Jascienczanka almost ready for you. I hope it will help brighten up your days at home and you will enjoy fishing the waters that you were so familiar with. :lol:

Take care and check in once in a while. We will all be thinking of you.

Best Regards,

Stanley (Yellowstone7)

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Re: Friends

Postby Boston Bob » Wed May 28, 2014 12:29 am

Jyndrek: Nice to see you back on the forum.. You know we share the battle of the big C.
The one thing we can't do is to let it get us down.

Every day I say to myself, I will fight this disease and be healthy again.

I wish for you good health and I want to kick your butt again in the next

Your Boston buddy,
Fishing isn't all I do, but it's what I like to do best !
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Re: Friends

Postby Jyndrek » Sat May 31, 2014 7:13 pm

Hi Stanley , Hi Bob , Hi Everyone

Thanks for the words of encouragement and keeping our fingers crossed

Bob really made me so worried that equally bothered oncologic the disease

You have 100% to be right - a positive attitude is very much to say. and the support of strangers apparently motivated even more. :P

I greet and I wish you to all of Health

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