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Postby radames » Thu Jun 05, 2008 6:54 am

I remember you telling me, on my first day, that it seemed that I was a funny person and I thought that you did well to look at the bright side of life. I KNOW you will do this especially during the trials of life because of your amazing perspective and heart!
We are joined together on this site for YOU STR!!!
Knowing me a bit more every day!
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Postby Butterfly Faerie » Thu Jun 05, 2008 4:05 pm

((((Red))))
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Re: SmallTalkRed late stage breast cancer

Postby DOG » Wed Jun 10, 2009 9:14 pm

((((((red))))))

I cant even begin to say how strong you are, and how strong I feel for you and admire you. I've spoken to you so, so little, but in that short space of time you really helped me with things, like you generally cared, even though you didn't know me, had no idea who I was. You didn't mention anything at all about yourself... they are, rare, and amazing qualities.
All my thoughts go to you at this time, just like everyone else here. We're all behind you, all the way.
You were a shining light for me in a dark place, and I know that light shines on you now. I hope it keeps you safe and guides you through this.

Love and respect,
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Re: SmallTalkRed late stage breast cancer

Postby Leviathan » Wed Jun 10, 2009 9:22 pm

First time I see this.

Is everything okay now Red?
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Re: SmallTalkRed late stage breast cancer

Postby SmallTalkRed » Wed Jun 10, 2009 9:35 pm

Hi guys/gals!
Thank you, Thank you for your warm thoughts,prayers and wishes-I used them all.
You all deserve an update! It has been one year, I just got my 2nd clean bill of health!
I kicked cancer's butt! I had so many plus's on my side, positive attitude, support, toughness,
human's spirit of love.
All of those things could not be taken away from me, no matter what the cancer tried.
I dove in straight at it, I did everything asked of me, and stayed strong for my loved ones.
I left the board for almost a year. All of my energy went to healing. And I did.
I am not saying it was easy, but all the work I had put in to myself, paid off. ya know?

I thought of you all often, but I knew I would be back.
Here I am. Glowing just as I ever was. lol
((((((((((((((Group Hug))))))))))))))))))
Love,
Red
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Re: SmallTalkRed late stage breast cancer

Postby LifeSong » Thu Jun 11, 2009 12:19 am

This is excellent news.
My daughter is now 2 years cancer free. All the other children with her diagnosis have not survived. But she is amazing the teaching hospitals (Harvard, Stanford) who continue to track her for study purposes. Now we look forward to the 5 year cancer free mark which is the point where, they say, you know you've beaten it.

I'm so glad to hear you are cancer free and happy to boot! What a great attitude you've shown to accept the reality of what is... plunge into treatment and care.... focus attention where it needed to be focused... and now developing a survivor's story. Excellent, Red!
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Re: SmallTalkRed late stage breast cancer

Postby SmallTalkRed » Thu Jun 11, 2009 4:26 pm

LifeSong wrote:This is excellent news.
My daughter is now 2 years cancer free. All the other children with her diagnosis have not survived. But she is amazing the teaching hospitals (Harvard, Stanford) who continue to track her for study purposes. Now we look forward to the 5 year cancer free mark which is the point where, they say, you know you've beaten it.

I'm so glad to hear you are cancer free and happy to boot! What a great attitude you've shown to accept the reality of what is... plunge into treatment and care.... focus attention where it needed to be focused... and now developing a survivor's story. Excellent, Red!


LifeSong,
Great to hear the news.
I also got in to a trial. With a Teaching Hospital Special in Breast Cancer. They follow me for the next 10 yrs.
I have beaten it. I want to encourage young women to get checked. I went from perfectly clear to late stage,
in 2 yrs. I skipped the check up the year my dad died. It can be very, very, fast growing.
Best of Health to your daughter,
Red
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Re: SmallTalkRed late stage breast cancer

Postby shutin » Thu Jun 11, 2009 4:59 pm

It's good to hear that you got through this Small Talk Red.
That is also good to hear that your daughter beat this, Lifesong.
Nothing appropriate comes to mind.
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Re: SmallTalkRed late stage breast cancer

Postby Leviathan » Thu Jun 11, 2009 5:04 pm

shutin wrote:It's good to hear that you got through this Small Talk Red.
That is also good to hear that your daughter beat this, Lifesong.


Seconded.
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Re: SmallTalkRed late stage breast cancer

Postby Anxious » Fri Jun 12, 2009 4:39 am

My mom had a cancerous tumor removed just over three years ago and it hasn't returned. I'm glad you survived SmallTalkRed.
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