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Gaelen

Camillus, New York
My life out loud means writing, cooking, low carbing, training/showing dogs, camping in a vintage trailer, working full time in preclinical drug safety, & surviving Stage IV rectal cancer my way since 2004. On Twitter I'm

shoppingkharma

San Jose, California
I am a 39 years old Advanced Ovarian cancer survivor who is very happily married to my very best friend and soul mate where we live in San Jose, CA with our Blue Merle Sheltie "Blue Belle" and our Manx cat "Tonto".We have a pretty happy life together most of the time when I'm not fighting this cancer. Most people would consider me to be a hard headed modern hippie; a...

cancerhat Patient Expert

Minneapolis, Minnesota
My name is Patty and I'm a person who hates wearing hats, both literally and figuratively. Now I will be wearing a caregivers cancer hat because my husband has cancer and I need to be strong for him. But I also need a place to vent, look for support and find strength. Hopefully, this blog will enable me to deal with the process and meet others who are going through a similar challenge....
Communities: Cancer

lbruland

California
Hi my name is Lynn I am 51 yrs old I work at a ford dealership in the office I am divorced I have 3 grown sons 3 grandsons and 1 granddaughter they all under the age of 5 they are my pride and joy,one of my sons is in a sgt in the Marine Corps and my daughter inlaw just finished bootcamp and schooling in the Marines so proud of their comment to protect our country. Six years ago I was diagnosed...

Patriciann

Stockton, California
I live in Stockton, California.  My husband died in 03 while I was still going through chemotherapy for advanced stage colon cancer.  He was my best of best friends and I still feel very much married to him even to this day.  I have been completely disabled with Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome - CFIDS for the past thirteen years.  This illness has been far more...

lcampbe79 Patient Expert

Phoenix, Arizona
I am a SAHM with two kids. I have a disease called Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP) and I have already gone through the recommended procedures to prevent it from turning into colon cancer. FAP will turn into colon cancer and both run in my family. My mom died of colon cancer in 1996, my brother was diagnosed with Stage 3 colon cancer in 2006 and my sister died of a weird form of FAP in...

Kara K.

United States
There are so many C words that make your heart flutter like...couture, cashmere, or better yet closet! But somehow in my 30's, I had completely forgotten about other C words-words that make your heart feel like it has stopped. Words like carcinoma, cancer or chemo. I am a TV personality, producer and designer. I am the creator of an illuminated clutch line called www.solasfashion.com. As a...
Communities: Colon Cancer

Jennifer Balboni Health Maven

Aptos, California
I'm a healthy, vibrant and joyful person who owns a Pilates & Gyrotonic studio near the beach in Santa Cruz CA. Never having been sick in my life, I was shocked to find a lump in my right breast in June 2008 and was diagnosed with Stage 1 Grade 3 Triple Negative Breast Cancer. I had a lumpectomy in June 2008 and the aggressive cancer spread to lymph nodes requiring a second surgery in...
Communities: Breast Cancer

LynnRoodbol

Guelph, Canada
I was diagnosed with Stage II breast cancer in 1986 and colon cancer and skin cancer in 1987. I've been an active member of the cancer community since then and have been cancer free for over 22 years. My work life for many years was as an X-ray technologist in C.T. scan and mammography. I'm now a Certified Wellness Coach specializing in cancer recovery; I help people to...
Communities: Cancer

papacj

California
I am a 45 year old single dad of a beautiful 5 year old girl. I was diagnosed with stage 3 rectal cancer in Nov. 2005. It spread to my liver in Aug. 2007. I have been raising my daughter on my own, while battling cancer since her mom left us in Jan. 2007. I live in North Carolina, and although there is a major university hospital within 15 minutes of my home, I drive 75 miles each way to Duke...