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imageDanni - Thankful  I wish I could just hug every single one of you.  Thank you for your bravery, your courage, your fearlessness and your vulnerability.  Thank you for sharing all of those things- I admire and am grateful for every one of you.   *BIGHUGS* d …More…
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

imageJill - Happy Thanksgiving!Happy Thanksgiving!
Type: Breast Cancer

imageCindy - Happy Thanksgiving  HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL MY WONDERFUL FRIENDS ON THIS BLOG.  I AM SO VERY BLESSED TO HAVE ALL OF YOU IN MY LIFE.   I HOPE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ALL ENJOY YOUR DAY.  LOVE, HUGS AND PRAYERS ALWAYS...XO😘😘 …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageSabina - Happy Thanksgiving!  Hello my wonderful friends! Well this week I have alot to be thankful for.. I went to my ENT and he said everything looked good no problems. I now wait for Jan 28th when I have another scan , not sure how the Onc is going to do it but have to see whats up with the lymph node that disappeared. It's been a time of healing with the incision and it also got infected  but now seems to be so …More…
Type: Larynx Cancer

imageKelly - Time to Wait  Six rounds of chemo down, a PET scan and MRI of liver scheduled for next week, and then it's kind of open.  Depending on the scans, my Dr. said he'd like to give my body a break from chemo and maybe look at liver directed therapy.  I'm all for taking a break from chemo.  The last couple of rounds weren't that bad.  He switched me off the Cisplatin a while ago, and onto the Carboplatin.  I really didn't have any …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageSusan J - FOR MY VEGGIE FRIENDSFOR MY VEGGIE FRIENDS
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageSusan J - 💜 HAPPY THANKSGIVING 💜Happy Thanksgiving to all you pilgrims, seekers, travelers, wanderers and dreamers.......my 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 say...TRY...to eat more.....TRY...to smile...  TRY ...to be happy... TRY... to forgive others...TRY...to 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…

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