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imageJohn - back in the hospital  Well I thought I was doing so well.  I have been taking some heavy doses of steroids to combat a GVH rash that spread head to toe.  Unfortunately the steroids were masking the symptoms of two blood infections.  I finally spiked a 103 fever and started shacking uncontrollably.  My blood work came back positive for a Gram-positive bacteria and a Gram-negative bacteria, klebsiella pneumoniae.  I spent a week in the hospital and will go to clinic for the next 7 …More…
Type: Acute Myeloid Leukemia

imageNancy - dont understand  when a person says that they are glad to "click that support button"  to support someone, after the other person has pressed it to support them. I will never understand that statement. Thought that people want to support them they can always click a support button, not wait for another person to support them and then support that person. If someone wants to support someone and the other person does not  support that person is it a crime? Almost like the …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageNeal - Birthday Month, Day 20   This is Emilee's birthday month. I post every day on her facebook page. Her birthday would have been August 24.  We are exactly two weeks apart, so it is always on the same day of the week, hers and mine.   I thought this post might have a little interest here, so I am posting it. Put all my physical ailments in a thimble and chuck them in the ocean, they are nothing compared to what Emilee endured, and nothing compared …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageBarbara - ORN Journey and Surgery  Hi my dear friends, It's been a while since I posted. Beginning in January 2017 my journey culminating in a Free Flap Fibula to Mandible surgery to replace my necrotic left jaw began.  I know we have all been through so much in this journey with Cancer, but I am amazed how resilient the human body and spirit are. I am now 4 weeks post surgery. I won't lie it was brutal, but it isn't a recurrence of cancer so …More…
Type: Tonsil Cancer

imageMinisterNeecy - Making Peace With the StruggleMaking Peace With the Struggle
Type: Breast Cancer

imageMinisterNeecy - RIP My Beautiful Sister RIP My Beautiful Sister
Type: Breast Cancer

imageJesse - The Battle to save Angela...  Hi...Welcome to my blog about Angela's ongoing WAR against her arch enemy Tumor. Currently Tumor's main foothold is centrally located in an area called Ovarian. So far Tumor has beaten two major offensives that have been intravenously administered through a port Angela had surgically implanted in Feb of 2016. Tumor has soundly beaten the armies of CarboPlaxil after an 18 week campaign that included 4.5 blood transfusions. Angela's army thought their intervention was sufficient to breakthrough Tumor's outside forces that were …More…
Type: Ovarian Cancer

imageMinisterNeecy - Inflammatory Breast Cancer: The End    Well, I’ve been gone a while but after reading my post you’ll understand why. Never take the importance of knowing for sure that somebody you love knows that you love them. Never, put off apologizing to somebody you have wronged, offended or treated badly out of anger or selfish pride. Pretend that today is the last chance you have to let those you know how much you love them. While this post is about sisters, it is not reserved for sisters. …More…
Type: Breast Cancer

imageNeal - Please Thank JILL and Dee  Anyone that is enjoying the changes in navigating and responding to posts... such as when you hit "like" you don't get sent to the top of the page anymore...stuff like that?  Well, we have Dee to thank....it is his hard work and very long hours at reprogramming that has brought those changes.....so if you feel so moved to share your pleasure and say a kind word, I doubt he would mind a little kindly recognition of his efforts to make …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

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