I would like to say "hell ya!" keep up the good work. I'm not a cancer patient myself, but I have two very dear friends that are. One with multiple myeloma and one that just had her lymphoma come out of remission. We are having a "going away party for her cancer" the night before she starts her treatment again. I love your blog and hope that damn cancer stays the hell away.
Recently diagnosed with breast cancer, glad I found your blog. Thank you, I need the laughs :)Jen
I'm right behind ya, about ready to celebrate 4 years myself! Congrats Big Ryan!! :-)
You can make dude! There is no impossible when you do your best, just follow what your doctor's said.
I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.SusanCancer Treatment Guide
Congratulations! OMG I had to comment just to let you know that your blog's title and picture made my day! I am still laughing out loud. And let me tell you, it has been a LONG time since I've laughed (and at cancer no less). I hope to someday be in your position, to have a cancerversary, and a sense of humor about it all. Right now, my diagnosis has been too overwhelming. But stories like yours and even sites like http://onlineceucredit.com/edu/social-work-ceus-can have been really helpful to me. Keep up the awesome work.
I’ve talked a lot in the past about how adversity figures in and how this experience has made me a stronger person – but I decided I also want to be able to say that literally. After turning 30 and beating cancer, I decided a good goal was to beat my personal bests in weightlifting. So, consider this my public commitment - by the end of this year, I will either do a single rep of 550 lbs or do 35 reps of 225 lbs. I’ve only started lifting heavy again in recent weeks, but I think this is something I can do… and I will literally be able to say I cam out of this thing stronger.
Very great that you still manage to overcome your cancer. I am so blessed that you are working towards a good and healthy life. Thank you so much and I hope that you can share this to many people.
Woot Woot! Congratulations.
Hi,I have a quick question about your blog. Could you email me when you get a chance?Cameron
Congrats man. My 21 year old son had HL. didn't make it though. three years of hell. although he almost pulled it out with a clinical trial drug from seattle genetics (it was FDA approved late in 2011), it just wasn't meant to be. Some cancer patients immune systems are just better than others. Hang in there guys!!! Love your attitude!!!!
Very nice and I wish you continuous health. I'd like to pray for your health as well. Me and my bladder cancer alternative treatment center likes this so much.
I just came across your blog. I am also a stage IV cancer patient (though breast) and I am young (29). I enjoyed reading your entries. Its nice to see other people who are trying to keep a light heart. You haven't posted in a long time though... i hope it is just because you are doing so well and have forgotten about your blog. best wishes,Linds
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