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H. Badly disabled after cancer

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Lorri
Lorri Community member Posts: 2 Listener
hi.  I am Lirri.  I am 69 years young, and had a serious and advanced blood cancer in 2013.  Am in remission now, but have been left blind and unable to walk so use anpiwer chair with a blund cane.  I have no feeling in my hands and feet as a result of the chemo.  I have bliwel problems which makes going out rather abxious.  I gave lung priblems also as a result of the chemo.  I have luttle balance.  However, I luve my life.  But would like to read how other people cope with their disabilities.  I am going through a grieving pricess at the moment as I was very active before my cancer.  Walking, bird watching, photography, cycling etc.  I am now totally dependent.  That sucks.  Hope to earn from you all.    Lorri

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