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imageLucinda - Gratitude  Tis the season for blessings of love and life.  Tis the season for gratitude.  Yesterday I monitored every thought and with each thought I added gratitude.  It was wonderful.  So very grateful for the opportunity to enjoy the gift of life God has given me.  So very thankful.   …More…
Type: Tongue Cancer

imageTexas Jeff - 12/19/14  don't ask me how, but someway, i have made it 4 years NED today.  lots of other health issues non-cancer related have worn me out the last 5-6 weeks, but somehow i'm still here, but starting to wonder why. to those of you fighting the beast, here's another example that you can and will get through it. it's no fun at all, but you can do it. wishing you all a happy holiday season, and for those of you that got me through 6 weeks of …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageJudy - It's time to move on and give thanks  It’s been a while since I have posted, so I thought I would touch base with where I’m at with my caring  BFAC friends.  I’m happy to report that I am feeling great.  I’m still getting some annoying infections due to low WBC I guess.  The latest is fungus in both of my ears which is rather yucky isn’t it?  Still, I’m not complaining as I know my body is still healing from the crap it went through and I …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageKelly - Fingers crossed  I heard from Northwestern this morning.  The person I spoke to explained about the Radioembolization procedure, where they go up through an artery to inject small radioactive particles into my liver, and said that they are the #1 center for performing this procedure in the world.  The unfortunate part is that because I have Blue Cross Blue Shield, and my ID number starts with XOF, they are known for denying this type of procedure.  Before she schedules an appointment she …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageDave - switching form erbitux to Cisplatin  Have heard recent data suggests erbitux not as effective. …More…
Type: Tonsil Cancer

imageChris - Day 12 after completing treatment  Hi everybody.  After so many whiney and negative posts..... finally I can post some good news.  (Just trying to "keep it real" for the folks new to our disease.) Finished radiation and chemo on Friday, 12/5/14.  Today is Wednesday, 12/17/14.  So, 12 days post treatment... Finally I can feel some serious healing going on and a sense of normalcy returning to my world.  Two days ago, I could suddenly see a vast improvement in my skin (the outer affected regions mostly).  But …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageCindy - Xmas party Xmas party
Type: Anal Cancer

imageCindy - Xmas party Xmas party
Type: Anal Cancer

imageCindy - December 16, 2014December 16, 2014
Type: Anal Cancer

imageCindy - December 16, 2014December 16, 2014
Type: Anal Cancer

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