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SHE'S FAAAAKIIING IIIIITTTT!

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Surely there won't be a non-theme team that doesn't have her on this year?

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1 hour ago, Grim Up North said:

 

Quim - don't look - she looks better after having lung cancer for 2 years than she did before!

 

People often perk back up just before they go, could be an early contender in 2018.

 

June Whitfield was doing a media blitz the other day after all.

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2 minutes ago, Deathray said:

People often perk back up just before they go, could be an early contender in 2018.

 

That's what we all thought..........12 months ago! :P

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A cynic might smell a rat

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3 minutes ago, bladan said:

A cynic might smell a rat

 

Everyone else just smells the single malt on your breath.

 

Still hedging my bets that she's fuck'd.

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1 hour ago, drol said:

SHE'S FAAAAKIIING IIIIITTTT!

I bet that isn't the first time you said that.

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Yep - everybody who's got you in their deadpool teams, dear.

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Well done Leah for seeing 2019 (well, I'm assuming she'll be OK for the next few hours). Perhaps there's something in this shamanic stuff after all!

 

 

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The use of cannabis oil mentioned, whilst I very much doubt its a miracle cure it does seem to at least arrest the advance of it for a while. Obviously thin but looks as well as can be expected considering, 50/50 for 2019??

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Some of these modern treatments, immunotherapy etc. can leave stage 4 cancer in this weird limbo where you don’t die immediately but instead just continue medication with no real progress of the disease but it doesn’t go away so it’s just non progressing cancer. For some it’s been 5, 6, 7 or even 8 years or longer.

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