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countesstt
by countesstt

I have mentioned that there were several low points on this journey that will always stand out in my mind.  The second one happened the morning after I was admitted to the hospital and put into isolation.  This low point was really bad.  I call it “Silent on the Stretcher”. I woke up soaking wet because of…

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sherry
by sherry

Today, not only do I celebrate my birthday, I also celebrate 25 years being cancer free. I often tell people I am a graduate of the University of Cancer because, as with most great challenges in life, the cancer journey is full of lessons. As I celebrate, I’d like to share 25 lessons I’ve learned from diagnosis until today.

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countesstt
by countesstt

There I was at the cancer centre laid out in “stretcher bay”.  I still could not believe that my neutrophil count was at 0.0 and that they would not let me go home.  It was getting late in the afternoon so Mike decided that he better go home to meet the kids as soon as they got home from school to tell them…

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cancer2gether

@SherryLAbbott Bday and 25 yrs CANCER FREE today! Read her new post "25 Lessons in 25 Years" bit.ly/1KeW9bT http://t.co/mkAD0YF22y2015 03 03 · reply · retweet · favorite

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Last week our incredible volunteers came together to pack over 11,000 LGFB Confidence Kits. A BIG THANK-YOU to all!! http://t.co/tSy5GwQJvq2015 03 02 · reply · retweet · favorite

cancer2gether

This Edmonton Journal article speaks on the emotional fallout from cancer, the Cancer Blues. #BeattheCancerBlues bit.ly/1Exjlxo2015 02 27 · reply · retweet · favorite

LGFBCanada

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