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Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageSusan J - 💜 HAPPY THANKSGIVING 💜Happy Thanksgiving to all you pilgrims, seekers, travelers, wanderers and BFAC friends. Despite the challenges, I try always to have an attitude of gratitude that my man is a five-year pancreas cancer survivor and that for 2 1/2 of those years we have managed to live with Stage 4 metastases. This community has played a large role in continuing to make this journey possible.......You all give me hope, support and daily inspiration. From the bottom of my (our) hearts: THANK YOU! XOXO Sue💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageBryan - Pet Scan results  Sorry for the delay in posting results of PET .. Margins were clear and no sign of  malignancy.. Oncologist still prefers me going thru cycles of chemotherapy but I deferred to the 2nd opinion of Dr. Lawrence Einhorn who recommended regimen of surveillance... I've been faithfully attending scheduled oncology appt's  and hopefully all will be fine.. Still undecided about testicle replacement surgery but must decide before the year is out  or have to pay huge deductible again... Insurance be damned …More…
Type: Testicular Cancer

imageSandy - All Are Here For Thanksgiving Day But One?  For everyone who is able to read this post ....we have so much to be thankful  for...Yes we are still going thru test, treatments, pain, surgeries, after effects, bills and then it starts over again.  We are on that crazy cancer "Merry - Go - Round".  On this Thanksgiving  Day we need to be strong, if not for ourselves, for our loved ones. So I eat smile...  TRY be happy... TRY... to forgive help some one who …More…
Type: Breast Cancer

imageJohnashsarah - My experience with Robotic Surgery for Prostrate C  I was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer earlier this year. It came as a shock to me at what I considered to be a relatively young age of 58, although there is a family history and my father died of prostate cancer at age 70. Initially I felt discomfort urinating and on my GP’s recommendation I had an ultrasound scan. This showed that the problem was a severely swollen prostate gland. Other tests and a biopsy followed and around 3 weeks later …More…

imageJill - No...  Fourteen months ago, on September 2, 2013, to be exact, I published a post entitled “Why Me?”  In fact, it’s the last time I posted on Blog for a Cure.  While I was going through the rough part of my battle, although, I’ve come to learn “rough” is a relative term and there are all kinds of “rough,” when it comes to cancer, I wrote quite a bit.  I was hoping to chronicle, for me and for my loved ones, …More…
Type: Breast Cancer

imageMarion - It's been a while since my last post....  Several weeks or even months have past since my last post. Been kind of weird and a little crazy around here with all kind if things related to the chain reaction of this darn cancer. I have seen and read a few of Paul's and Valerie's updates, and can only say that I wish them both the best and another speedy recovery again. It is wonderful to have such great warriors here, but can be a little scary at times as …More…
Type: Tonsil Cancer

imageBetsy - busterbuster
Type: Anal Cancer

imageBetsy - busterbuster
Type: Anal Cancer

imageMichele - me!  The holidays are upon us and as is typical with the last gasps of Fall's balmy days coming to a close our neighborhood is typically alight with outdoor activities that are much more pleasant in warmer temperatures. The least of which is certainly not decorating the outside of one's home for Christmas. With the forecast of a cold rainy front for late in the weekend many of our neighbors were taking advantage of the 60 degrees that had been granted …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

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