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A GATHERING STORM

A GATHERING STORM: June 2014, I had received an all clear from my doctor, but something felt wrong. I was having trouble sleeping at night, getting up every hour on the hour to go to the head (bathroom). 172 more words

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Appreciate What You Have!

This remarkable woman Abagail wanted to share her breast cancer story with everyone.  It’s a story of determination, courage, strength and so much more! In Abagails words, “I also think that stage 4 scare was Gods way of saying appreciate what you have and don’t take your life for granted.” We couldn’t agree more.  683 more words

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Participate relentlessly

“You have to participate relentlessly in the manifestations of your own blessings.”
Elizabeth Gilbert

Two years ago today we got the devastatingly bad news nobody ever wants to get, and despite some initial hope that it might not be as fearful as it seemed at first, the prognosis only got worse and worse in the weeks that followed.  468 more words

In Part 1 of this series we explained that this series of articles is not meant to be medical advice, but a guide that may help you as a parent of a newly diagnosed child with cancer cope just a bit better. 1,548 more words

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September Survivor of the Month : Toni

For our survivor of the month of September, I would like to introduce you all to the amazing Miss Toni! She is a friend of my friend Lauren, with whom I attended the OMG conference in Las Vegas this year. 172 more words

Gabby and Grandma

Dear Gabby,

We are leaving tomorrow to go see your Grandma who lives in Pennsylvania. Your Grandma had cancer about 3 years before you were born and now she has it again. 436 more words

Childhood Cancer ~ A General Guide for Parents Part III

As previously explained, this series of articles is not meant to be medical advice, but a guide that may help you as a parent of a newly-diagnosed child with cancer cope just a bit better. 1,678 more words

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