i took a class at the hospital called: cancer is your friend

so yeah i took a class at the hospital called cancer is your friend.. and i didnt understand it at first but after a couple of classes i realized that you shouldnt hate cancer all the time for what its doing to you you should be happy that its made you such a wonderful person. i am now very stronge and confident and i help people and alot more now i mean you dont need cancer to learn that but there are some good things that come from this disease

Osteosarcoma.. love the fighters,survivors and the taken

well ive been in the hospital know for about a month:( ive switched to a new one:) and im doing radiaion and chemo so hopefully ill achieve remisson and wont relapse again. relapsing is hard espically 3 times and when u go into cardiac arrest and when the doc tells u ur gonna die. but so far ive proved all of them wrong and ima keep doing that:) ive had to deal with so much and ive had so many friend with cancer that i practically know everything about every form lol just kiding:) if anyone ever needs to talk you can email me @ spidygoalie@yahoo.com im a good listener and talker:) <3 (think about the fighters survivors and the taken)

Siblings group project

Kelsey Harper, a doctoral student at the California School of Professional Psychology, is designing a support group to empower, strengthen, and support siblings of children and teens with cancer.  Enhancing resilience in siblings of children with cancer will provide them with the strength and tools necessary to effectively cope with the variable, ambiguous, and unpredictable process.

 This project needs adults 18 years or older, who are a member of a family currently experiencing recent diagnosis, treatment, or recent remission within the last two years.  You can offer your ideas with this important group of children, and your family offers your help in building a play group special for children like yours, helping give much needed rest, fun, and growth to siblings of children with cancer.

 If you can participate, please follow this link to the online Powerpoint presentation outlining the project and the curriculum (http://www.slideshare.net/harperk2/enhancing-resilience-in-siblings-of-children-with-cancer?from=share_email).  After viewing the presentation, please follow this link to an online survey to answer questions about you and your family, your feedback on the curriculum, and additional comments about the needs of families like yours (http://alliant.qualtrics.com/SE?SID=SV_8vQgHCC5h6Ut2K0).    Please have only one person per family complete the survey on behalf of the family.  Thank you for your help with this important project.

 

Presentation:  http://www.slideshare.net/harperk2/enhancing-resilience-in-siblings-of-children-with-cancer?from=share_email

Survey:  http://alliant.qualtrics.com/SE?SID=SV_8vQgHCC5h6Ut2K0

 

 

Please contact Kelsey Harper at kharper@alliant.edu for questions or more information.

Brave Heart- Art2heart

Hi everybody,

My name is Jamie Buchanan. I was diagnosed with brain cancer when I was 14 and I am now 18, celebrating 3 years in remission. My way of giving back has been through art collages. I make them filled with thoughts of, Happiness, Perseverance, Hope, Inspiration, etc. I sell my collages in prints & tee shirts, bags etc. I will be donating 10% of each sales’ proceeds to an organization called i[2]y. It is an organization created to help raise awareness forthe age group of  teens to young adults battling cancer, or in remission. It is a great organization, go take a look at my artwork & Please help!! I have posted both of my websites. :)

http://jayheart.redbubble.com/works

http://www.zazzle.com/jaybraveheart/gifts

Drug leukemia dissapeared from themarket

April 15, 2010 by  
Filed under Survivor Stories

I am a survivor of leukemia, FIVE YEARS ALREADY SHARE THIS CRUEL PLACE WITH CANCER.

FIVE YEARS IS NOT THAT A LITTLE TIME FOR LIFE CANCER JOINT DISEASES whose reputation ENOUGH TO MAKE OUR chilling goose bumps.

AND FIVE YEARS IS NOT LONG TIME, considering how STRUGGLE FOR PERMANENT LIFE STORY THAT WILL NOT BE THERE EVERY DAY ending though narrated and replicated BIRTHDAY TO OUR MOUTH frothy.

WILL NOT TELLING ME how it feels to develop the disease, ALTHOUGH EVERY FRIEND THAT ALWAYS COME TO ASK ABOUT THE PAIN I suffered, IF THEY DO NOT TELL MY ILLNESS, MY WILL LYING, BUT TELL IF MY ILLNESS, I AM NOT AFRAID accused thanks God.
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FIVE YEARS FOR THIS, MY NINE TIMES AS MUCH ARE TREATED in the hospital, especially when MY VERY POOR CONDITION, THERE ARE FRIENDS facetious, my life IF THERE ARE NINE LIKE FUNNY STORY ABOUT THE CAT, AND MEAN THIS IS MY Puspa lives, REMEMBERING MY HAVE NINE TIMES Anfal AND TREATED in the hospital.

CRONIK MYLELOYD leukemia CML OR, IS THE DISEASE THAT I’M IDAP, ME ORAL chemotherapy lived for five years, THERE ARE SEVERAL KINDS OF DRUGS THAT I’M cytostatica live in chemotherapy, DIANARANYA IS: MYLERAN, HYDREA, MERCAPTO PURINETOL, AND SOME MEDICINE AND SUPPORT SUCH ATRA allopurinol .

COST LIMITATIONS BUT BECAUSE I’M ONLY USING HYDREA ONLY, BECAUSE OF THIS DRUG CHEAP ENOUGH FOR SIZE AND DRUG cytostatica fit my body. A SHORT STORY, ME AND HYDREA are inseparable.

BUT THIS MONTH IN TWO HYDREA disappeared from the market in Jakarta, I’M LOOKING FOR KESEMARANG AND ALSO NO JOGJA, NEWS AND HEARD FROM ME Puspa INDONESIAN CANCER FOUNDATION, THAT DRUG IS NOT ANYMORE HYDREA 500mg CIRCULATE IN INDONESIA, SINGAPORE AND MALAYSIA, due to the sole agents removed from the list AGENT BY STANDARD Bristol Myers Squibb, USA.
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AFTER ALMOST TWO MONTHS I DO NOT consume HYDREA, condition VERY BAD WITH HEAVY MEGALI HEPATOSPLENO, or swelling of liver and the spleen. LEUKOSITKU jumped by nearly four hundred thousand, whereas NORMAL PEOPLE JUST HAVE TEN THOUSAND ONLY leukocytes. ANY TROMBOSITKU lay slumped FINITE WEAK IN MY PLACE TO SLEEP.

TODAY WAS MY DAY WAIT, YES … I AM THAT DAY free of all suffering, screams BECAUSE NEVER GETS ANY RESPONSE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH OR DISTRIBUTOR especially DRUG AND dispensary in JAKARTA, ROAD OUT ABOUT DRUG SUPPLY IN INDONESIA HYDREA, even though I WAS ONE OF Over two hundred THOUSAND PEOPLE THAT NEED IN INDONESIA HYDREA.

Knows how many floating SOUL IN THIS TWO MONTHS because of the availability of HYDREA IN INDONESIA, AND HOW MUCH MORE THAT BODY BODY dying BECAUSE THEY REFUSED TO GIVE IN DRUG SUBSTITUTE HYDREA, BECAUSE THE DRUG CONTENT HYDROKSIUREA contains NO MORE NON HYDREA.

I am very aware, WHETHER DRUG HYDREA HEALING DISEASE CAN NOT BE ME, BUT BECAUSE OF THE FUNCTION OF THE CONTENT IS HYDROKSIUREA MENGONROL leukocytes EXCESS AMOUNT, NOT TO THE MOST DURING SUCH prescribed medication I can endure the proper THIS LIFE NORMAL PEOPLE, CAN OWN AND NOT ONLY activity UP WITH OTHERS.

I’m also very aware that cure leukemia NEVER DID NOT EXIST, AND TO HAVE NOT FOUND ANY OF THIS MOMENT, if any CLAIM CLAIM TREATMENT OF SOME HERBAL HEALING leukemia that he said WOULD THAT CAN NOT KEBENARANYA could be traced and verified.

FINALLY, MY PRAYER TO GOD THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA Hopefully as the Health Minister MOST PEOPLE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PROCUREMENT HYDREA IN INDONESIA, GETS forgiveness from GOD Almighty.

Yours respectfully

Done!

March 17, 2010 by  
Filed under Survivor Stories

I am Domi. I am almost 16 years old. I got diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma on May 21, 2008, 6 days before my birthday. I went through a summer of three rounds of chemotherapy (outpatient) and was fine by September of 2008. It was pretty easy. I never knew what the next summer would have in store. In April of 2009, I had a routine PET scan done. I got the results back and my whole world was shaken again. I relapsed. I went through 4 HORRIBLE rounds of chemotherapy (all inpatient) and 22 days of radiation. I finished treatment December 1, 2009. I was declared in Remission on January 8, 2010.II got d

BOOK WRITTING HELP!

Hi everyone!

My name is Valeria, I actually dont have any cancer, but I am writting a book about it, I really would appreciate if you could tell me your stories so I could take some ideas,

Thank you everybody!

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Hope for You Teens

February 15, 2010 by  
Filed under Community, Survivor Stories

Hi Guys!

My name is Sarah and I wanted to share my story with you. I’m 25 (yes I’m an old lady, I know) and I was diagnosed with ALL 20 years ago when I was five. I was in the hospital for five weeks undergoing chemo, and steriods, and other meds. I got my port and went back school and wanted to go back to the hospital. I was diagnosed in 1990 and people were very ignorant about cancer back then. I went through three more years of chemo, steriods, bone-marrow biopsies, spinal taps, and blood tests. I have learning disabilities and fine-motor dysfunction  and went to a special ed school from 7th-12th grade but, I graduated from college last year and I want to go to grad school for Student Affairs, to work with college students. I’m sure you guys are questioning “is there life after cancer?”. Yes there is. You can still go to college, you can live your life.

Hugs to all you brave teens out,

Sarah

Ewing Sarcoma Soft Tissues

October 16, 2009 by  
Filed under Survivor Stories

 

  • Hi Im José Guillermo and was diagnosed E.Sarcoma Soft Tissues, one year treatment… first surgery, chemo, radio,chemo again. Now finish and I feel good.  A little hard, scared…but I can with this. I love this place and want to met teens like me. You can write to my mail joseguillermoruizmartinez@yahoo.com.mx
  • Thanks for all to my family, oncologists and friends. I´m 17 years old. and live in Mexico.  This experience change my life forever.
  • Take care all of you, and remember to be good attitude and smile, smile is the best medicine for us…

Hi

Friends with cancer

October 14, 2009 by  
Filed under Community, Survivor Stories

Hi everyone.  My name is Megan Hesse and I am 17.  I was diagnosed with ALL in December 09.  Because of my weak immune system I came down with phnemonia and became septic twice.  I also had possible signs of GVH though thats gone now and an infection in my intestines.  I had to undergo a bone marrow transplant because my doctors were sure that my leukemia was going to return.  I’m just looking to find other teens who have gone through or are going through what I have.  : )

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