Thank Rule of Claw had a pain that brought him to the ER. There he had a terrible surprise. His visit revealed a life threatening problem which turned out to be kidney cancer.
Our friend roses is in an aggressive treatment for endometrial cancer — and it is not her first time. She wrote to me:
Our beloved friend, Dixiecollie, is in treatment for cancer. She is starting a chemo drug regime that will likely last for over a year. Dixiecollie will be taking a very toxic drug, three weeks on, one week to rest from it, possibly for as long as fifteen months. It will be very harsh and she is likely to feel many shades of lousy but it is what she needs to do to be well.
Some of you know about my cancer journey and have responded so kindly. My goal with this last bit of good news is to hopefully, once again, bring more breast cancer awareness.
Breast cancer is a horror that can happen to any woman — and, by all accounts, learning that it has occurred is absolutely terrifying. It is a diagnosis that is sure to turn a person’s world completely upside down. J Graham has learned that she has breast cancer — and we are here to let her know that internet friends around the country — even around the world — are with her in spirit and wishing her well.
It is always hard to see people we love go through something hard and extremely painful. A well known visitor to the Pootie diaries and very good friend to many here, jwinIL14, has just been diagnosed with lung cancer. He is scheduled to have surgery on Sept. 25, certain tests allowing. He is hoping they will have to remove less tissue rather than more… Regardless, it will be a very major surgery.
If human lives are looked at as storylines, many of them adventures with multiple hardships to overcome, then Freelance Escapologist and his wife, Kim, are true heroes.
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