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What dangers does my grandma face? She survived breast cancer, has had a mastectomy, survived diabetes 1 (she may still have it), and is about 83 yrs.

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In brief: Old age

She survived cancer .
She has diabetes which a problem that you have to live with no cure to it , and she already had a wonderful 83 years of her life. Enjoy your grandma while she is here with us , all life you know eventually has to end growing old is a tough job . Will be less tough if you are enjoying the company of your loved one. Again enjoy her tell her how much you love her and care

In brief: Old age

She survived cancer .
She has diabetes which a problem that you have to live with no cure to it , and she already had a wonderful 83 years of her life. Enjoy your grandma while she is here with us , all life you know eventually has to end growing old is a tough job . Will be less tough if you are enjoying the company of your loved one. Again enjoy her tell her how much you love her and care
Dr. M. Hytham Beck
Dr. M. Hytham Beck
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Dr. Dariush Saghafi
Dr. Beck is absolutely correct. All of us face the requirement of GROWING OLDER and it is one of the hardest jobs a human can face. Ongoing support and love are the cornerstones of sucessfully making the grade for both the one growing old and setting the example as well as the youngin will be carrying the torch and doing the same thing some day.
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