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    May 31, 2013 by  
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    This post send by Ethan Mobley

    well I\\\’m finished with therapy for the 16 days. Having a hard time when I want to leave the wrap off from my surgery to remove my bone cancer in the leg. I keep thinking people will be disturbed about it or not talk to me… so what do yall think,should I just try it for one day and see what happens?

    What a journey

    May 29, 2013 by  
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    This post send by brittany

    September 11th, 2012 was probably the scariest day of m my entire life. It was the day i was diagnosed with synovial sarcoma, a rare type of bone cancer found in kids. Although it hasnt been that long, i feel like i\’ve been dealing with it forever. I had to undergo chemo, radiation AND surgery. Chemo for me wasnt even the worst part. The surgery was. I finally finished chemo and had my surgery January 3rd of 2013.They had to take a huge piece of my femur(thigh) bone out and i now have metal and a 10 inch scar.I\’m doing a lot better with getting around. No more wheel chair.Just crutches. I shopuld be getting my port out soon. And when i thought i was done, i fell yesterday on my leg and i am back in the hospital because of pain management. Its a never ending rollercoaster and i wanna get off.

    Living with cancer.

    May 22, 2013 by  
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    This post send by Kendra

    Hey my name is kendra and I\\\’m 15 years old I was diagnosed 2 years ago with ALL. When I got diagnosed I was at the end of 7th grade and at a small school with only 10 kids in my class. But not I am a freshman almost sophomore in high schools s I moved to a pubic school where there is more people. Only a few people know what is going on in my life. Lately I\\\’ve been missing a lot of school and when I come back to school after be gone for a while I get all kinds of question like where have you been? Skipping school? Or why do you miss so much school? I also get the question dont you get in trouble for missing school and all I answer is I have a doctor excuse. I am ready to be done with treatment and get back to life like a normal kid. I know I will get through this and one day my story will help someone else. If that person is you and you have question email me I would love to make new friends. Kberschet@yahoo.com ☺ stay strong everyone!


    May 15, 2013 by  
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    This post send by Savannah

    Hey guys it\\\’s Savannah again, just thought I would give all of you the new news. I had scans done last week to check to the chemo and what not. My small tumors that are all over my liver are smaller and the large tumor is showing signs of dying off, also I had a lymph node that was full of cancer and it is now clear. I am at the stage now where I can have a transpant if needed, but my doctor would like to try to salvage my own liver so they are going to do a couple more blocks of chemo and try to get rid of the small tumors. I am super happy about the scan results and hoping for more good news after the next couple of blocks.

    Thanks for listening and God Bless ☺

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