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imagePatty - Thank you to everyone  I wanted thank everyone that sent a card & flowers. It just made my day. I hope I can always celebrate your BD. Blessings, Patty …More…
Type: Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

imageLaren - Back on chemo!  Just to keep the faith, I thought I was time for an update. After my last post, we had another CA9-19 measurement and PET scan. Both indicated an increase in activity--not huge, but enough to warrant going back on treatment. We had two treatments before taking an early break so we could come to Seattle and see our oldest daughter and granddaughters. Emsnana tolerated the flight well and has been relatively symptom free except for the inescapable fatigue. Restarting chemo …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

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Type: Endometrial-Uterine Cancer

imageCarly - Workin' girl  Yes my friends, I'm a working girl again! Honestly, I didn't think this time would come. I wanted it to, but didn't think it would. After a handful of interviews and an offer turned down, I accepted the position of Store Manager for Mavi Jeans. They are my new fit, my new beginning. I had some criteria in order to return to work, with working close to home at the top of the list. A new mall is being constructed across …More…
Type: Vulva Cancer

imageElaine - Transplant day 4  day #4 here at Stanford. An excellent place to be for all of the reasons. First day in I got the BCNU chemo which took only 2 hours but extra time for all the side affect medicine first. I ended up with the normal reaction of a bad burning headache and jaw pain which they quickly gave me something for and some ice packs so the scale of about 7 pain went away in one hour. On the 2nd day …More…
Type: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

imageBarbara - I am more than my cancer (breast cancer, melanoma)  I wrote this as a reminder to myself and for fellow cancer survivors and our loved ones and friends. What are your thoughts on this article? /www.curetoday.com/community/barbara-tako/2016/08/cancer-survivor-identity-crisis-i-am-more-than-my-cancers …More…
Type: Breast Cancer

imageShelly - Surgery?? Or not  I was wondering if I should do surgery or just radiation therapy and chemo? On my throat.
Type: Throat Cancer

imageMystic1der - Stress Stress And More Stress!!!  Life continues to be nothing but a ball of stress for me and my family. My dads lung cancer results showed it was stage 3 in two weeks he will start chemo for the next 8 weeks and then radation. He has had a very rough time since the lung removel surgery. Not from the surgery itself but complications of his peripheral artery diease. a couple days after the surgery he lost the pulse in his foot we thought they …More…
Type: Gastrointestinal Carcinoid Tumors

imageAdmin - Please Light a Candle  Please light a candle for Kathleen who passed away.  https://cupcakegirl.blogforacure.com/weblog …More…

imageD - Just getting started  hello,  I'm new to this site and blogging.  I'm not really sure what to do or say so I'm just going to write like this is a journal.    I'm a 56 year old women happily mamarried and yesterday was my husband and i's 29 year anniversary.  We have 3 wonderful children and 6 grand children.  I would like to say that I have not as of yet been diognosed with cancer.  I went to see my gp for a sore on my …More…
Type: Tonsil Cancer

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