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by both sides

This was a proving ground for fear. I have done fear. We worked together, no one got left behind, mud and obstacle warriors of life. How symbolic. But what a feeling to wear the T-shirt and not let cancer take that away.

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by Bumpyboobs

When you are diagnosed with stage four cancer, that means a whole lot of different things. One of those things is going in for your scans every 2-4 times a year to get news on what the cancer is doing. I went just this week,and here are my results for this time around.

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by countesstt

After treatment #3 I spent a couple of days feeling pretty crappy.  Most of that time I spent in my room reading and sleeping.  It was certainly not a nice way to feel and it is very hard to describe.  When I was awake I didn’t really feel like I was awake.  It was like being in a nightmarish fog where I…

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