About Me: Female, 65, Dayton, OH, member since Dec 2006
I live in west central Ohio and I have three grown children and four grandchildren. I love singing and I sing with a small group at my parish. I also love to read and watch funny movies. I love life and feel it is a blessing to wake up everyday. I just wish I could get
[More] rid of the anxiety.
"Can small calcifications in the lungs be a precursor to lung cancer or even be lung cancer) in a very heavy smoker? (4 packs a day) The CT is going to be repeated in 6 months to see if any of the calcifications are big enough to biopsy, ..."
hi there..ijust wanted to pop in and say i am learning more bout crohns disease. im 21yrs old and my mother passed when i was 3 from crohns. she was diagnosed when she was 15 and battled for 9 yrs. im scared to death im going to get it....im always losing weight wich is a sign but no other signs.i have 2 daughters as well that im praying that dont get it. if you have any more info plz email ***@****
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