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imageStefanie - Anyone heard of the Dreamlab App?  I recently read an article about a phone App that lets you use your smart phone to help cancer research.  The DreamLab app is designed to use a smartphone's computing power to help cancer research when the smartphone owner is not actually using the handset. The app will pull the processing power of each smartphone with DreamLab installed to create some kind of network supercomputer. You pick one of for cancers to support: breast, ovarian, prostate, and pancreatic   When you set up …More…
Type: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

imagePatty - Shy Oliver, such a dollShy Oliver, such  a doll
Type: Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

imagePatty - My guy, Oliver looking onMy guy, Oliver looking on
Type: Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

imagePatty - Grandmom & GenevieveGrandmom & Genevieve
Type: Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

imagePatty - Meet my new Granddaughter, Genevieve  This is a Happy Post. All prayers were answered and my son, Jordan's wife gave birth to Genevieve Katherine. And, I fell in love as he put her in my arms, She's so perfect. Adorable. The perfect addition to Oliver, 18 months old. He is very shy, though very smart. He was working that Ipad like it was a toy, though that is what Jordan does, he is a  government contractor in cyber crime. Doesn't every 18 month old have their …More…
Type: Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

imageMichele - Cervical cancer?  So I completed my chemo for my Non-hodgkins Lymphoma a couple of weeks ago and am just waiting to get my PET scan the last week of December.  It was overlooked on my initial PET scan that it mentioned possible cervical cancer & recommended an exam and biopsy.  I finally got an exam Wednesday and a cyst was found on my cervix & was informed my chemo wouldn't have taken care of cervical cancer.  Previously I wasn't concerned because I thought …More…
Type: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

imageJanay - Lonely days  I sit here at home many days feeling alone and very pessimistic.  Even though I know many go into remission, I can't help but think I will not be as fortunate.  I am not handling chemo vey well.  I am not able to drink fluids for about a week after each treatment (I get a gag reflex).  I go in daily for a week following treatment for IV hydration.  Being dehydrated has also caused low blood pressure issues.  Next week …More…
Type: Breast Cancer

imageMichael - Thankful for 9+ years since DX  Thankfulness is the byword of the week, but for cancer survivors, every day is a time to be thankful.      …More…
Type: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

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