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… haircut day … this is the before photo, the after one will have to come in the morning when I’ve done it!

He commented on how different this was from the last time we saw each other, then he was shaving my hair off! 7 more words


Celebrating in Suffering

We know that suffering produces in us perseverance and character, not only has Paul laid that out for us in one of the more famous verses in Romans (5:3), but we’ve also likely lived through this at some point. 471 more words

From treating cancer patients to developing cancer therapies: My journey so far

There are some people in your life who make a lasting first impression. There are other people that you meet who end up changing your life, and indelibly changing the way you think about the world. 664 more words


The Next Fifteen Years | Celebrating 15 Years of Hope and Healing

by Joel Siebentritt, LCSW

What more needs to be said but a humble “thank you” to each of you who make our work possible. Through your generosity, the… 495 more words

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Lemonade stand donates money to police officer battling cancer

DELMAR, N.Y. (NEWS10) – A young girl set up a lemonade stand on Wednesday with all proceeds going toward a Hoosick Falls officer battling cancer. 203 more words

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Musings - I bring more glad tidings of this blog being shortlisted for the Blog Awards Ireland

I found out last night that this blog has made it onto the shortlist for the Blog Awards Ireland in the Health and Wellbeing category. There are some great blogs included on the shortlist so I am in very good company up there with them. 228 more words


5-Year-Old's Selfless Donation May Have Saved Twin Brother With Cancer

A 5-year-old girl became her family’s hero this year after she helped her twin brother fight his aggressive form of leukemia-by selflessly donating her stem cells to him. 14 more words