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Jul 15 2021

July 15th, 2021

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Brief Summary since 2012 It has been a while since posting. There have been 3-4 leg surgeries since last writing. This will be an on going saga that was due to being diagnosed with Osteoscaroma in my right distal femur in 2005 at age 35. 2013 was crazy, I had been doing some light exercise […]

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Aug 06 2012

Jamie Moran

One of the girls who was in the cancer book with me was battling lukemia for the third time.  She passed away today.   Prayers go out to Jamie Moran’s family. Photos by Skisight Photography http://youtu.be/IG8SB_12z_E  (local news station story)

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May 07 2012

Inspiring Video

A friend from church send me this over the weekend.  Wow is all I can say.  It makes me feel better in many ways.   I have a chance of loosing my leg if anything goes wrong but life would still be easier than this. Actual link on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrV_ZvwZRvw

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Apr 18 2012

Passed Away

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It was a very sad time last week.  My young neighbor passed away.  Prayers go out to his family.

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Jan 30 2012

So Much Cancer

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There is so much cancer out there, if I stop and take a look at what is going on around me.  Without naming names, two close neighbors have had cancer and are still here.  Two other neighbors have had it and are gone.  A very young man nearby has it and is not expected to […]

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Oct 27 2010

Recent Newspaper Article

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Recently I was interviewed regarding the cancer book project that I participated in with a local photographer and other patients. Click Here to read the article from the Tribune My energy level has gotten much better and I feel really good.  I am hoping to get back on the treadmill or do some walking.  I […]

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Oct 21 2010

Port Removed

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Last Thursday, October 14, 2010 I was so relieved to have my port removed.  My doctor said he will give me follow up tests (CT and Mamogram) in December.  Hubby took my to the Olive Garden for lunch after.  My favorite.

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Oct 08 2010

Looking Good

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Late September I had another CT scan to check the spot on my lung.  The doctor called last week to say that the spot/nodule on my lung looked the same or better.  I was so relieved, I forgot to ask him about my chemo port. So I had called back  and I was approved to have […]

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Sep 10 2010

A Visit With My Oncologist

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September 8th, I visited my oncologist, Dr. Ellis.  He was just checking in with me to see how things were going after radiation.  I have gotten my energy back.  He had blood work done to see how I have been since chemo has been over as well. I asked him about drinking soy and he […]

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Jul 28 2010

Radiation Update

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Today was my 16th day of radiation.  A bit swollen, slightly red and starting to get a bit itchy.  Using Eucerin cream 2-3 times a day.    I saw the doctor today and she said my skin is looking very good considering the stage I am at.  Not as much fatigue this week.  Genetics has […]

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