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Hi, my name is CatLyn64!

CatLyn64
CatLyn64 Member Posts: 3 Listener
Good Evening everyone     just joined this site so go easy on me  lol     😆     be great to chat/join in with any conversations........

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  • CatLyn64
    CatLyn64 Member Posts: 3 Listener
    I am post pancreatic Cancer    touch wood all cleared/ok     still have follow ups  blood tests   scans   out patients etc.....   I found lockdown a terrible time   dealing with chemo sessions and because classed as critically vulnerable no one was allowed to visit     as the months went on I felt more and more isolated and adjusting to a completely different lifestyle/limitations found this site which I hope I can find others who I can get acquainted with and exchange points of view on all subjects.....     anyway hope to hear from anyone soon  take care 🙂  
  • Teddybear12
    Teddybear12 Member Posts: 765 Pioneering
    Hi @CatLyn64 I hope you enjoy being part of the Community. If you have any questions please ask.
  • chiarieds
    chiarieds Community Co-Production Group Posts: 10,579 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @CatLyn - & good evening to you too. Sorry for all you've been through with pancreatic cancer & chemo, & because critically vulnerable this has added to your sense of isolation. This pandemic has impacted so many, & for you this must have been awful. This group is both friendly & supportive, so thank you finding & joining us all. I'm sure you'll enjoy chatting with our members, & do please join in with any discussions of interest, & visit our virtual 'Coffee lounge;' a great place to get to know others. :)
  • Tori_Scope
    Tori_Scope Posts: 6,030

    Scope community team

    A warm welcome to the community @CatLyn64 :) It's great to have you with us! How has your weekend been?

    It must have been very difficult going through all of that during the pandemic, but it's good to hear that you're coming out the other side of it now. Have you been getting enough support to help you through this time? 

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