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imageMason0875 - Thank you  Thank you all for your support, it means a lot to me. Your thoughts, prayers, and generosity have been very much appreciated. …More…

imageNeal - A Passage About Death From A William Saroyan Book  William Saroyan won a Pulitzer Prize for the play, The Time of Your Life, in 1940. Also well known for his famous short story "The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze," The Human Comedy was made into a movie (1943, Academy Award for Best Story), starring Mickey Rooney, with appearances by Van Johnson, Donna Reed and Robert Mitchum. It was remade with Meg Ryan as director, in 2014, with her as Homer's mother, and Sam Shepard as the only …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageSabina - Having a heat attack  I am having a heat attack and please pray for me I am getting a heart cath in the morning I woke up at 4 with terrible pain and EKG didn't show it but blood did I been taking care of mom and she is now in nursing home  God is so good I know he has a plan and prayers are heard. Love you all with all my heart. Hugs and love and always prayers sabina …More…
Type: Larynx Cancer

imageAnn - Update on my mom  I am posting an update for my mom Ann. (This is her son Shawn). She had a fall in the middle of the night last week and had to be admitted to the hospital. Unfortunately things haven't progressed well and she hasn't been eating much. She is also very incoherent at the moment. She has been discharged from the hospital and is now home in a medical bed. They have called in hospice and we are hoping for her condition to …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageMason0875 - in need of a little help.  My wife doesn't really know I am doing this but it is all for her. This journey for me is not only a way to continue funding her treatment which is getting harder and to do but as a way of understanding what she endures in a daily basis. It started out as a lump on her breast, we found out it was cancer. Few years after going into remission we found out she has multiple myeloma.  I work and she …More…

imageNicole - Quite the month for the ovaries...  I just turned 28 years old about two months ago. I had noticed that I was gaining weight over the past few years, but I just thought that it was due to a somewhat unhealthy lifestyle (too much pizza, wings, booze, etc.), Also, the past three years I have been struggling with severe constipation- something that I had never encountered before. But again, I chalked it up to poor diet. I finally decided something was clearly not right when one morning …More…
Type: Ovarian Cancer

imageNancy - 2nd time around  It got off to a bsd start. I was just a plain old Witch (with a B) at first treatment. Everyone kept telling me oh that pump is small and etc. watched them put one on another gentleman and that made me feel better. (Ithought).  it had a visualization of what I thought was the pump as being very small like a cell phone or something.  Thinking that is cool I can put that under my clothes and take it …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageCatherine - First blog ever  This is my first blog and I have no idea where to begin. My main goal is to find others in my situation that I can relate to so I feel less alone. I  have an amazing support system, I truly do. My family, fiancé, and friends have done everything to make this nightmare better and I have never felt more blessed to have them in my life. But I see how hard it is for them and I have to …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageJanice - Surgeon Follow Up  Just went to surgeon for follow up appointment, 11 weeks after chemo/radiation treatment to check tumor area.   He did manual exam (no scope) and said there is some scarring, but looked good so far, need to be checked every 3 months for at least 2 years, very optimistic (Dr. Joseph Thornton, Las Vegas, I highly recommend him - during first appt in April, he explained the entire history of anal cancer treatment and how it has changed over the …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

image1 Very Palpable Hit - Leaving Saturday  Well, I'm still waiting for MRI results, but I've decided to dive in anyway and keep swimming... Will be leaving Saturday and coming back (briefly) after about a month... Continued good fight to you all. I'll post some pics later on. Palp. …More…
Type: Ovarian Cancer

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