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Injuries and Illness - and good luck wishes


Congratulations to Rafa and Xisca - a son born on Saturday to be named Rafael

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Congratulations to Rafa and Xisca - a son born on Saturday to be named Rafael


 Yeah - great news - expecially as there were worries in her last trimester

Hope you don't mind but I also copied and pasted it into the congratulations thread, which has more of the baby, and wedding, news 



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Not sure where to put this but I am sure Sabine Lisicki fans will be pleased to see she has reached the quarter finals  of the 125K  tournament in  Andorra.



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Congrats to Jonny O'Mara who got engaged last week.

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Not British, but sending best wishes to Martina Navratilova who has been diagnosed with early stage throat and breast cancer. The only real good news here is that her condition has been described as 'fixable' due to the early diagnosis.

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Bob in Spain wrote:

Not British, but sending best wishes to Martina Navratilova who has been diagnosed with early stage throat and breast cancer. The only real good news here is that her condition has been described as 'fixable' due to the early diagnosis.


 So sorry for Martina.  I remembered she had   breast cancer  some years ago and just checked. Indeed it was in 2010 so this is a recurrence it seems. Poor Martina.



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Julia Carrot wrote:
Bob in Spain wrote:

Not British, but sending best wishes to Martina Navratilova who has been diagnosed with early stage throat and breast cancer. The only real good news here is that her condition has been described as 'fixable' due to the early diagnosis.


 So sorry for Martina.  I remembered she had   breast cancer  some years ago and just checked. Indeed it was in 2010 so this is a recurrence it seems. Poor Martina.


 I could be wrong but the bbc says the throat cancer is unrelated and stage one, the breast cancer a new cancer I believe - so I dont think it is metastatic, and thus stage 4 / terminal. I might be wrong but I read it as new cancers as opposed to recurrence. Fingers crossed it is treatable and not metastatic . Sorry if I am wrong 



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JonH comes home wrote:
Julia Carrot wrote:
Bob in Spain wrote:

Not British, but sending best wishes to Martina Navratilova who has been diagnosed with early stage throat and breast cancer. The only real good news here is that her condition has been described as 'fixable' due to the early diagnosis.


 So sorry for Martina.  I remembered she had   breast cancer  some years ago and just checked. Indeed it was in 2010 so this is a recurrence it seems. Poor Martina.


 I could be wrong but the bbc says the throat cancer is unrelated and stage one, the breast cancer a new cancer I believe - so I dont think it is metastatic, and thus stage 4 / terminal. I might be wrong but I read it as new cancers as opposed to recurrence. Fingers crossed it is treatable and not metastatic . Sorry if I am wrong 


Maybe my terminology was incorrect, if 'recurrence' means 'metatastic' that's not what I meant.  Just  a recurrence of  cancer.   Dear Martina, she is so brave. 



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Julia Carrot wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:
Julia Carrot wrote:
Bob in Spain wrote:

Not British, but sending best wishes to Martina Navratilova who has been diagnosed with early stage throat and breast cancer. The only real good news here is that her condition has been described as 'fixable' due to the early diagnosis.


 So sorry for Martina.  I remembered she had   breast cancer  some years ago and just checked. Indeed it was in 2010 so this is a recurrence it seems. Poor Martina.


 I could be wrong but the bbc says the throat cancer is unrelated and stage one, the breast cancer a new cancer I believe - so I dont think it is metastatic, and thus stage 4 / terminal. I might be wrong but I read it as new cancers as opposed to recurrence. Fingers crossed it is treatable and not metastatic . Sorry if I am wrong 


Maybe my terminology was incorrect, if 'recurrence' means 'metatastic' that's not what I meant.  Just  a recurrence of  cancer.   Dear Martina, she is so brave. 


 Apart from my spelling - duh - i think you are right re recurrence. I was thinking you were suggesting that the original cancer

may have come back and spread. and the spread

is the metastatic aspect obviously , thankfully it hasnt. 

my wife , as Im sure others on this board have also, had breast cancer around 7 years ago (with mastectomy, chemo and radio therapy) and, touch wood,

remains clear, but it coming back and also spreading is something that always stays as a worry in ones head. 



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JonH comes home wrote:
Julia Carrot wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:
Julia Carrot wrote:
Bob in Spain wrote:

Not British, but sending best wishes to Martina Navratilova who has been diagnosed with early stage throat and breast cancer. The only real good news here is that her condition has been described as 'fixable' due to the early diagnosis.


 So sorry for Martina.  I remembered she had   breast cancer  some years ago and just checked. Indeed it was in 2010 so this is a recurrence it seems. Poor Martina.


 I could be wrong but the bbc says the throat cancer is unrelated and stage one, the breast cancer a new cancer I believe - so I dont think it is metastatic, and thus stage 4 / terminal. I might be wrong but I read it as new cancers as opposed to recurrence. Fingers crossed it is treatable and not metastatic . Sorry if I am wrong 


Maybe my terminology was incorrect, if 'recurrence' means 'metatastic' that's not what I meant.  Just  a recurrence of  cancer.   Dear Martina, she is so brave. 


 Apart from my spelling - duh - i think you are right re recurrence. I was thinking you were suggesting that the original cancer

may have come back and spread. and the spread

is the metastatic aspect obviously , thankfully it hasnt. 

my wife , as Im sure others on this board have also, had breast cancer around 7 years ago (with mastectomy, chemo and radio therapy) and, touch wood,

remains clear, but it coming back and also spreading is something that always stays as a worry in ones head. 


Indeed  and I'm  sorry to learn  it is such a relevant  & particularly raw subject for you. 



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Congratulations to Sam and her husband on the birth of baby Ria 6 weeks ago.

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