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  1. #1
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    First Aid / Second Aid

    I just got our first aid bags, leaves, and pouchkins.

    Hubs has stage 4 cancer. While he's done with chemo infusions, and hopefully done with all the chemo-related odd-hour ER visits, we both see a use for these to keep up with his collection of port anesthetics, gauze and paper tape, and various meds including those that are “not to be handled by non-patient”.

    The cross on the front is embroidered, which is totally cool.

    Thanks so much Tom Bihn & crew!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondobongo View Post
    I just got our first aid bags, leaves, and pouchkins.

    Hubs has stage 4 cancer. While he's done with chemo infusions, and hopefully done with all the chemo-related odd-hour ER visits, we both see a use for these to keep up with his collection of port anesthetics, gauze and paper tape, and various meds including those that are “not to be handled by non-patient”.

    The cross on the front is embroidered, which is totally cool.

    Thanks so much Tom Bihn & crew!
    Best wishes to your husband while he’s in treatment. And to you for standing strong!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondobongo View Post
    I just got our first aid bags, leaves, and pouchkins.

    Hubs has stage 4 cancer. While he's done with chemo infusions, and hopefully done with all the chemo-related odd-hour ER visits, we both see a use for these to keep up with his collection of port anesthetics, gauze and paper tape, and various meds including those that are “not to be handled by non-patient”.

    The cross on the front is embroidered, which is totally cool.

    Thanks so much Tom Bihn & crew!
    You're not alone in using TB bags to make difficult situations just a little (or a lot) less stressful.

    Best wishes to you and your husband in his treatment.

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    Thanks all.

    Stupid cancer, especially stupid orphan cancers.

    He developed his second round of Bell’s palsy a month ago, too, no idea from what, but had an antiviral this time that has really shortened the recovery time. So the First Aid kit is working to keep the eye ointment and patches together as well.

    We could do all this with other bags, but it’s nice to have everything put together and organized. So much of being a caretaker is keeping as much organized as possible so the crazy is bearable/minimized.

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    Sorry for your husband's illness. I wish you both the best.

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