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Cancer , medically called a malignancy neoplasm, is a term for a large group of different diseases. In cancer, cell (biology)s divide...
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Cancer & Early Retirement

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www.eumom.ie
disease! I believe he had a cancer scare, but is fine now,...
" ...believe he had a cancer scare, but is fine now, and is taking early retirement as a result.... "

he has been diagnosed with cancer. This is the reason...
" ...ill for some time but he has been diagnosed with cancer. This is the reason for his early retirement. The news just mentioned sex scandal stuff to make... "

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www.inspire.com
So although I have cancer, after my little too early...
" ...always possible to be thankful for something. Even, 'it could be worse,' qualifies. So although I have cancer, after my little too early retirement, 'everyday's a holiday, every meal a... "

but diagnosed with oesophagal cancer.Wondering whether to...
" ...Been living abroad after my early retirement but diagnosed with oesophagal cancer.Wondering whether to return to UK but unfortunately burnt my bridges when I left so no home in... "

I began treatment this coming March 2009 and I am cancer...
" ...great. It will be 5 years since I began treatment this coming March 2009 and I am cancer free and enjoying ...and I took early retirement. Merry Christmas to... "

work and more exercise? Having cancer really does make you...
" ...work and more exercise? Having cancer really does make you re-assess your priorities. I'm wondering about slightly early retirement and more 'life' than... "

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www.urban75.net
for treatment, who is already into his second lot of cancer...
" ...his second lot of cancer was asked why he ...or risk being suspended. But who is going to employ someone who needs time out for treatment, who is already into his second lot of cancer? In the en... "

dead on the job. He got cancer at only 53 so we both...
" ...be able to nap. My DH and I chose early retirement and poverty over working longer and dropping dead on the job. He got cancer at only 53 so we both had that \"life... "

survivor, 1999. Didn't read all this. But the reality...
" I'm a cancer survivor, 1999. Didn't read all ...their own fate. I had melanoma and started to make decisions about a really early retirement and death. It was reality, not depression. Still go to o... "

that, one of my favourite PE teachers died from cancer....
" ...died from cancer, aged 49. ...friend died from cancer. 6 months after that, one of my favourite PE teachers died from cancer. An old English teacher, who took early retirement due to cancer... "

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