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imageLisa - Really.... but still blessed.  Got used to the lung scanxiety.....Got used to the synthroid for thyroidectomy. Just when I think nothing else can happen.....Sooooo, I'm getting ready for work on Sept 12th, just finished exercising with a 10lb weighted ball instead of my two mile bike ride when I trip over the ball, break the first two toes of my right foot.  No cast/boot needed according to ortho.  Just a special orthotic to stabilize foot....yeah! Can get back to work on 9/24/14. Fast forward to 9/22/14. Leave …More…
Type: Lung Cancer

imageHeidi - Need prayers  This month is very hard for me and rewarding at the same time. For the world to celebrate Pinktober brings tears and smiles. As a survivor everyday is breast cancer awareness. Not everyone has been lucky enough to survive. But at the same time there's always that fear of reoccurence. Which brings me to why I need prayers. My sister in laws mom has battled breast cancer starting in 2002. She went into remission for 8 years I think and …More…
Type: Breast Cancer

imageKim - 2014 Dallas UNDY 5000 Run/Walkhttp://support.ccalliance.org/site/TR/5K/UndyNEW?team_id=39693&pg=team&fr_id=2010
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

imageMichele - A Mountain Out of a Molehill  I am six days away from my PET scan, tests and doctors appointments. This is generally the time period over the last almost five years that scanxiety starts to build in me and in my family and friends. It usually rears it's ugly head about a week out in the form of short tempers, squabbling, and yes, even some tears. In retrospect I even distance myself emotionally from my friends. It's unconscious on my part but I suppose it is …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageHeidi - Surgery  Well I'm excited to have hopefully my final surgery. After my expanders my first set of implants were too small. Then I had another surgery 4 months later and now one is nice and the other has too much skin. There are no implants large enough so I'm getting lipo and cadaver skin put in my right boob. I'm so excited. I know it seems so small. But having my pretty breasts hacksawed off should give me the right to …More…
Type: Breast Cancer

imageCarol - Emily  Well, I was going to try to paste information from Emily's (SeeGirllive) Twitter account (I joined to look it up), but...call me inept. I don't have a "command" button. So, I'll type it!  :)  Emily is still on a ventilator with her lungs continuing to fill up. They (docs) plan to "tap" her (drain fluid)--don't quote me, regarding draining fluid. That's how I read it; and/or adjust the ventilator settings. She is awake, apparently.  "Electrolytes are improving".  THAT is good news.  …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageKathleen - end of cycle 1  Today would have been my last treatment for Cycle 1 but my white blood cells were too low so it's being eliminated. They want them to be at 3.0 or higher but mine dropped to 2.0. It's crazy because Oct 13th they were at 6.3 so chemo is really attacking stuff I just hope it's killing the "evil" as well! So this leads to getting a shot everyday for 5 days to boost them back up. They also want me …More…
Type: Ovarian Cancer

imageCarlos - Why not?  I've decided to start one of these blog things today because I've heard so many people recommending it, but mostly because I am bored sitting at home just being "sick."  I'm not usually the kind of person who can get lost on the web, nor do I consider myself to be super tech savy with all the latest social media (I don't even have a Facebook account); but I am a writer, so I figured, "Why not give it a …More…
Type: Hodgkins Lymphoma

imageLucinda - Faith through God  God is everywhere, in everything and everyone My recent article Keeping the Faith somehow gave readers the wrong impression that God was not the source of my beliefs in healing.  God is absolutely the source however, God sends us people to help guide us and support us.  I call them earth angels (this is in addition to our guardian angels and archangels). I presented options for those in need of an alternative measure of healing.  See, I view my suggestions as an …More…
Type: Tongue Cancer

imageSabina - I am Woman for my friend Amy and all of Us  I want to put a shout out to all the woman here who know about depression and gather support for our friend Amy who posted today  and take a minute to go and listen and sing this song and send all our positive energy and prayers to and for  her and for everyone suffering with depression that cancer can bring into our lives. We can overcome and we will survive and God is good and will help us through. We …More…
Type: Larynx Cancer

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