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imageMelissa - The View in the MirrorThe View in the Mirror
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

imageMelissa - Cruise Control  The page is blank, the canvas white. The fingers are ready; the mind wanders. The well is inked, but the strokes don't flow. Empty. Void. Blank. "You've always been that way, running a hundred miles an hour then screeching to a stop." He tells her, "Just put it on cruise control Missy." She says, "I know daddy, I'm trying." Then she sits and she is blank. Her whole life flashes in her mind at a hundred miles an hour, and she tries to …More…
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

imageGary - My Cancer.     Diffuse large b cell non hodgkin's And Lymphocyte predominant Hodgkin's disease. That's what they call my diagnosis. That's two different lymphomas at the same time. A very rare diagnosis so I'm told. Something like a cancer lottery. Which would be my luck,I would win a billion to one shot and the prize would be a cancer diagnosis.I can't complain though because I'm also told that if your gonna get cancer a lymphoma is the cancer you want to get. That's …More…
Type: Hodgkins Lymphoma

imageEllen - End of treatment  Well, I've done it. Had my last chemo last week and last radiotherapy yesterday. What a strange and odd feeling! Just playing the healing and waiting game now. Will have my 1st assessment scan in 2-3 months so we can let any inflammation die away. I'm finding it all odd to deal with. I expect to pick up physically after the next couple of weeks and will then just try and give myself a few months free of worry. Nothing …More…
Type: Tonsil Cancer

imageKathleen - sigh of relief...  My MRI came back good! They found no tumors. I prayed so hard last night. He thinks the hairline fracture is just due to chemo weakening my bones. I just need to have blood work done for calcium, vitamin d and bone density. Pushing more nutrtion because that was scary! …More…
Type: Ovarian Cancer

imageBetsy - zuzuzuzu
Type: Anal Cancer

imageBetsy - zuzuzuzu
Type: Anal Cancer

imageBrian - New blog post!!  New blog post for you!  "January 25... Two Years After"  A little long but I hope it makes sense.  …More…
Type: Esophagus Cancer

imageJenni - Chemo Break!   My last scan showed that all the little cancer nodes I have left have all shrunk and have very little activity. I did two more rounds of Chemo (rituxian and treanda) and now I am taking a break until my next scan. This always makes me nervous because it has a chance to grow. Yet at the same time, I enjoy being off the juice! Pray that it stays inactive. I really would like to be done with cancer...don't we …More…
Type: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

imageFrank - Dinner SharedDinner Shared
Type: Anal Cancer

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