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Brain Tumors Experiences

Brain Tumors Experiences (filtered)

  • I'm selma roberta, and I'm a cancer survivor

    dia das maes na ong

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    Added May 11, 2011

    foi maravilhoso fazer um dia das maes na ong, participar da felicidade delas, o realizou esse evento assistam o video
    foi gratificante, maravilhoso
    bjus a todos

  • I'm Ginny Roth, and I support someone with Lymphoma, Non-Hodgkin's

    Do what comes naturally

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    Added Jan 13, 2010

    The support experience I want to share comes from a 2006 email I was copied on. The printed email is slowly turning yellow; it still hangs on my bulletin board today.

    Email Subject was “Ginny”.

    The cancer patient was 2 years old.

    The following web site is an edited excerpt from that 2006 email, written by her mother and sent to other…

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  • Never Give Up, Never Surrender!

    Here's how to, and how not to help.

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    Added Dec 18, 2012

    Don’t just say “let me know if you need anything” or “call me whenever you need anything” or any variation of this. Chances are that I won’t. You should be direct and specific. If you’re going to the store or something, say “I’m going to the store right now, do you need anything?” Chances are, I’ll probably need a few things. Bring me some food …

  • I'm Sandra, and I support someone with cancer

    Things to do .....understanding that life has changed

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    Added Dec 22, 2010

    My dear husband was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma; a rare blood cancer last fall. Our world went from being in order to feeling very topsy tervy. He is the sole breadwinner in our family and suddenly he has an incurable cancer.
    My first step to dealing with this was research, research and more research to find out his best options going for…

  • A Thyroid Cancer Fighter working on Living Life

    A Guide on How to Support Someone with Cancer

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    Added Jan 12, 2010

    Sort of repeatedly over the past few weeks the topic has come up time and again about how my friends and family support me. Its never been straight out asked, but usually plays in to whatever I’m writing about, and its caused me to take a serious look at how I interact with my friends and family on the cancer issue, and even more revealing, how …

  • I'm darlene, and I support someone with cancer

    Stay Connected

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    Updated Apr 15, 2010

    I have learned that with all the hustle and bustle of buzzing from appointment to appointment, I sometimes forget about Jenna’s spirit. Jenna was always on the go, but now she experiences moments where she lacks motivation (thankfully, these are sporadic moments). Because she is only 18, she sometimes thinks that these feelings are unique to onl…