About Me: Female, 63, Cincinnati, OH, member since Apr 2009
I enjoy flying, my husband is a pilot. I love gardening, anything outdoors, canoeing, hiking, walking. Love to travel, and hanging out with my 3yr old grandson, which I would do 24/7 if possible. Trying to help others, lending an ear or support, and advice if able. I
[More] lost seven family members in a 3 year period, and then my son and his son, due to complications from FAP. So, the depression, anxiety, gastroenterology and genetics forums interests me. My grandson had a 5 organ transplant before we lost him, so the transplant forum is of interest as well. I feel if I can help just one person, then my losses were not in vain. I think it's good therapy for me as well.
Thank you for the note! I'm sorry to hear your family story. I have an oncologist appt @Stanford next week, and I will most definitely push for the most strict surveilllance program thst I can get for myself and my kids.
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