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    • Apparently she is here for both
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    • Having chemo at that age would suck. that's not really a bad decision
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    • I don’t blame her especially at that age. My mom is a lot younger and she was diagnosed with breast cancer. That chemo hit her really hard, she was so weak after treatments and it looked liked it burned her skin. Luckily that’s was about 5 years ago and there is no sign of the cancer today.
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    • You'd have to be retarded to start chemo at 90
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    • In her case its both
      SenseiOG 15 aug
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    • Shit she'll probably make it to 100 even with cancer most chemo does more damage to your healthy cells anyways
      SplitLink 15 aug
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    • True peace is through happiness
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    • Always thought that was a stupid line
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    • At 90 years old, why would I want chemo just to extend my life in a hospital bed by 2 years
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    • My dad died from cancer at 10:47 tonight I hope she enjoys what's left
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    • Who tf would pay for chemo at that age. You could very easily die and leave lots of debt for your next of kin. It also makes you horribly sick. Honestly, it's a pretty shitty way to go
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    • If chemo at that age even worked, it would only buy her a few years and she’d be miserable. Letting the cancer run its course could also take a few years and she’d spend those having the time of her life. Good decision
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    • If I lived to 90 and had to do chemo id deny it too. I’d die happy knowing I’m old AF, I don’t need to waste stuff that’ll only keep me alive for another 5 years when a 20 year old could use it.
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    • If I’m 90 and diagnosed with cancer I wouldn’t do chemo either. I’ve lived my life and I’d want to make the most of the time I have left, not spending it in a hospital getting chemo. I wish euthanasia was legal watching my grandma die from cancer was awful
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    • She is old. It wouldnt add much time but it is expensive. I would rather travel than waste time.
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    • Shit at that age I wouldn't even give a shit about having Cancer
      Luzivert 15 aug
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    • Chemo is NOT EFFECTIVE in a good way for terminal patients. Both my grandfather and great grandfather both went through it and suffered horribly because of it. I wish people would look for more alternative methods. Chemo fucks you up big time
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    • And then she dies unexpectedly and the dog is stuck
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    • There’s something honorable about facing your mortality on your own terms.
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    • Even if she managed to survive the cancer and chemo, she'd have at most a few years left. And after 90, it becomes painful to even move when you're above average health. She did the right move.
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    • Honestly at 90 I would do the same thing
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    • Honestly though? At that age chemo would probably do more harm than good just because of the toll it takes on the body. At that point there's no shame in just living out the time you got left. Especially after a long life like that
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    • When you've lived that long, there's no reason to pursue chemo
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    • Shes 90, what does she care if she has cancer
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    • She knows she only has a few years left anyway. She prob knew chemo would be a waste of money and only cause her final years to be miserable. Instead she chose to make the most of it with her best friend.
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    • Yeah at 90 I would just rather live my last days doing what I want and not in a hospital
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    • I mean if you're already fucking 90, chemo fucking sucks ass so might as well just party 'til you drop dead
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    • You’ve already run the gauntlet of life. Wtf does cancer have on you now?
      metcalf27 17 aug
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    • PSA: don't forget this dinneret has been using bots and sucking off chef for features for years. Hope the helpful takes this app down
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    • You've exceeded life expectancy at 90. I would probably deny it too.
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    • And that's when she started living
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    • Oh fuck, _eZaF is back
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    • I would do the same thing, she's had a good long life, why not spend the rest of it doing something you want to do? Even if you will only live another year vs 3-5 with chemo
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    • WetBlush 17 aug
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    • Shes 90 anyways fuck is Kemo gonna do
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    • You are still a lil bitch ezaF
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    • This is literally what my aunt did and apparently the cancer went away I don't believe her I think the doctor I was wrong about the cancer in the first place
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    • Whacky races?
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    • To be fair, at that age I'd do the same thing.
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    • I mean what the hell is chemo gonna get you? 5-8 more years naw travel do the things you wanted to do and enjoy it
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    • She's 90 fucking years old. She's already been here a long time
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    • My grandmother, who rescued dogs for a living, died of cancer after getting chemo treatment. She had that song (Good time, not a long time) play while being cremated. Never thought I'd laugh at a funeral. Gotta love someone with a sense of humour, even after death.
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    • Legit why would you go on chemo if you're 90
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    • See this is fine if she wants to do that that’s awesome for her. But please, children need to be treated, they have their whole life ahead of them and letting them die is horrible. There is a drug that can eliminate childhood leukemia in 99% of cases
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    • Chemo weakens your body and has a low success rate of dealing with cancer
      Syrupbones a month
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    • At the beginning of Breaking Bad when Walt is just like “nah chemo sucks, let me just die with dignity” I felt that.
      GorGuts a month
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    • 90 years is a long time, she’s here for both
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    • Alright but what if she's traveling in china and dies? Like her dog is going soon after
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    • F....and same
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    • Shes 90 she knows she doesnt have long so its best if she has fun instead of being stuck in hospital
      AquaDesu 17 aug
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    • That poodle is fucking huge
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    • I honestly can't wait when we progress past chemo to genetic deletion for cancer treatment. Chemo is going to look as barbaric as giving lobotomies for mental patients one day.
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    • Im scared she's gonna crash whatever that thing is
      B_a_E_r 17 aug
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    • PorkSword 17 aug
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    • Then has a seizure from the brain tumor and dies in a fiery crash into a propane truck
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    • What happens to the dog when she dies?
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    • Woah an ezaf feature with no gay tcs?
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    • She already been here a long time
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    • She's lived a full life time to use up her retirement ssvings for a good time not a slightly longer shitty time
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    • I didn’t give my last dog chemo when he got cancer, he was already 12 and at that point it’s a quality of life thing; spend the last months-years of your life violently ill to maybe see a few good weeks-months afterwards or spend the last months-year feeling normal and really live.
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    • But she was here for a long time
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    • Then they both Thelma and Louise their way off a cliff as she starts fading out too hard. Solid ending right there, old lady
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    • That's how you fuckn live right there
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    • You got enough features motherfucker
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    • Never forget that this guy created dozens of fake accounts to jerk himself off in the comments section
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    • Press F for respect, not just in what's to come. But in what she chose to do.
      Himad 17 aug
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    • HybridD 17 aug
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    • What if she dies wile driving that dog is fucked with no roof
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    • All well and good until she dies mid-travel and the dog is stranded without an owner
      cpg999 17 aug
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    • My grandpa quit taking his treatments as it was making him sick. He’s cancer free now. Grace of God maybe. Luck? Who knows?
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    • PSA: she has a facebook page called "Driving Miss Norma". Unfortunately she passed away a little while ago but you can look at her journey there that was well over a year in length.
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    • Doctor: I'm afraid that you have cancer me at age 90: No shit Sherlock
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    • I finished chemo for stage 4 cancer a few months ago and if I was that age I’d decline chemo too.
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    • When ur 90 just say fuck it
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    • Not here for a longer time, just a good time
      kirluuu 17 aug
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    • Fuck you mean “not a long time”?
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    • WangFire 17 aug
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    • What happens when she dies and her dog is just sitting there.
      Machining 15 aug
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    • Is this the most subscribed account on ifunny? I remember this dude getting featured when this app first came out
      MNBoy0331 a month
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    • But what will happen to the dog
      GodIsAFurry a month
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    • Living to 90... that’s awesome
      NoMoney a month
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    • Can we talk about how this man has 679 features?
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    • You guys are having a good time?
      TR1ST1N a month
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    • Yeah, chemo is a fucking joke man.
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    • very nice)
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    • Wym she's 90 that's a long fucking time
      Vexxus_Krow a month
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    • Some good old morphine in your system and you’ll die as happy as a whistle
      Some_dood a month
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    • So we’re just gonna pretend like there’s not 1 million Paul Rudd’s in the comments in the post b4 this one? Can someone tell me what the hell happened there?
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    • My grandma is starting chemo at the ripe old age of 80-something. I don’t have the authority on her side of the family to tell them it’s stupid.
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    • Lmao I mean you're literally 90 you're already about to die
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    • Well she’s already been here a long time
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    • 90 years. its a good and long time
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    • At that age it probably wouldn't make a difference so why not enjoy life
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    • Good for her
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    • Not this account again
      _Peak_ 18 aug
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