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My father died at 48 he just had his birthday the month before. He died in 1973. Progress had been made but the cure is still not here. Praying that it will come soon. I have a dear friend who is battling this disease now and I pray the treatments she is getting will end this disease in her life.
I met my husband when I was 16, his mother was 31 and had been fighting breast cancer for two yrs. The cancer quickly spread thu her body, affecting her lungs, brain, and bones. She past away at 33yrs old leaving two small girls, my husband, who was seventeen, and his younger brother, 14. Cancer destroyed those kids, even to this day. I am now 32...the same age she was when she was dying, and I always wonder how she was so strong thru it all. She was my hero and i am thankful to have known her.
My Oldest Niece passed away last October at age 43, after an 8 year battle with breast cancer. She leaves behind her husband and 5 year old daugher, her parents, aunts, uncles, cousins, in-laws, and a host of friends. Missing her ♥
MoM I miss u so much...R.I.P...
Iam suffering the breast cancer- i dont know were to start, scared and fear of death - its money matters how u wil survive
I lost my Grandad to Lung Cancer in 1979 when i was small and My mum got diagnosed with Brain Cancer just before Christmas 2012.. She has just finished her course of Radiotherepy and is now starting her Chemo which she has to be on for 4 months.. I'm doing Race for Life for the first time this year and am hoping to raise quite a bit of money for Cancer Research :) x
I lost my husband to cancer. He had a brain tumor. 6 months later I lost my mom to lung cancer. I miss them dearly. Can't wait till I see them again.
my mum died of acute leukeimia she was 52 yrs old and i miss her dearly but she always in my heart always
In 2002, I had an extremely early Dx of an agressive Testicular cancer. Armed with the sense of humor my Mother instilled and cultivated in me, I am here today. My Mom and I both had a previous Basal Cell. I referred to the one on my ear as a "7 Iron Chip Shot". Moments after my doctor's gave me the news, I thought of this new cancer as a "chip shot" and laughed out loud. Then I found that my room mate at the hospital had just donated a kidney to a friend, I took on a bit of the courage that he showed to help another person and took on my cancer with defiance for it to take my life. My pain at times hit a 10 for I never experienced that before, but somehow, I laugh every day. I thank God each day for the beauty he puts before me with starlit nights, with shades of gray skies, with whisps of clouds and the shades of life that surround me, the loved ones around me. I know I laughed in death's face while many others have done the same and have passed on long before their expectations, but God spared me and has given me this day, Mother's Day, to thank my Mother who I believe looks down on me from beyond the clouds and has a role in keeping me safe.Now I am a Cancer Support Volunteer and a Cancer Buddy when I can. With high spirits and a heart full of laughter, I hope others can take some of my story and weave one of their own.
I lost my Mom last 2008 for suffering Leukemia... the pain is still here... loosing someone that was very special in your life was very painful... How I missed my bestfriend and a great mother of all time... But I know God had the best plan for her... I love you Mom... It's still hard moving along without you... I love you so much
I lost my husband just 18 days after our 9th wedding anniversary after he was diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer. He took chemo every week using his veins and refused a port like the strong man he was. Four (4) months after he passed away his brother died from the same thing. I have too many friends and one close one battling this insidious disease right now. I learned with my husband's battle, despite being given 30 days or less to live, that strong will and mind, faith in God and love of family is stronger than chemo. He lived over 7 months after that diagnosis. To all those who are living with cancer, keep strong, keep your faith and never ever give up!
My dearest mum died from breast cancer . I can't believe that I lost her forever . It is so hard moving on without having my lovely mum . I love you so much mum and you will always be in my heart and will never be forgotten never never never
Cancer took my mother 14 years ago july 29 and my brother same day this year......:(..
I lost the best wife and best friend a man could ever have so beautiful in every way miss her every day
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