Hope is such a powerful word. It gives people faith in miracles. My miracle is my mom, an ovarian cancer survivor. Words can never express the feelings I had at the thought of losing my mom in my early 20’s, the sheer thought of that now still brings a pang to my heart. Every person has their own approach to cancer, my mom had a positive one and fought the biggest fight of her life. So to my mom….thank you for going through that horrible chemo and radiation. It’s cause of people like yourself, that treatments will get better for people like me down the road.
Last updated on: 09/16/2008
FIVE YEARS CANCER FREE!!!!
Kelley Jones – 10/01/2008
Want to talk please e-mailme at firstname.lastname@example.org what stage are you in and what kind of chemo are you taking.GOD BLESS
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Buy Cialis Buy Cialis – 03/26/2010
Thanks for the isngiht. It brings light into the dark!
Marv Marv – 07/14/2011
Phneoemnal breakdown of the topic, you should write for me too!
Melissa Melissa – 10/04/2011
If you think anything, go get it chkeecd out. My friend died in high school of ovarian cancer. She died one year from being diagnosed. Go Go Go Was this answer helpful?
Armando Armando – 05/17/2012