How To Survive Interleukin (iL2) Treatments

l I recently competed my fourth found of Interleukin (iL2) treatments. I can tell you it was not easy and I’m glad it’s over. Here is how I survived my four weeks of treatment Through the support of family and friends, when your shivering in your bed in the middle of the night after a […]

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Cancer Patients Fight Hard…Show Everyone With Boxing Gloves From Our Gift Store

When I was diagnosed stage 4 Melanoma I was given a gift of 24ct gold boxing gloves. I wear them proudly on a chain around my neck, and when people ask “Are you a boxer?” I say “No, I am fighting Cancer and this how I show Everyone” Give the person you know who is […]

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Fighting Level 4 Melanoma

I was diagnosed with level 4 Melanoma in April of this year, of course everyone within your close circle of friends express their shock and sympathy. You even hear from people you haven’t seen for years, and the people you see on a regular basis through activities with your children or clubs etc. all send […]

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Poems from Cancer Patients

A nice collection of poems from Cancer Patients, bookmark the page and share it with family and friends. http://www.cancernet.co.uk/poems.htm The Best Gift for a Cancer Patient Many people today have been affected by Cancer either directly or indirectly. According to The National Institute of Health, approximately 1500 people die each day in the United States […]

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What the Doctors Didn’t Tell Me and You Need to Know!

As your cancer survivor speaker, I feel obligated to tell you what I have learned from 14 years of traveling the road of cancer. This is my experience and I hope it can help you ask the questions and learn more faster to help you heal all of you. Read more Your Diet Might Kill […]

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