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I am a nine year breast cancer survivor. The cancer journey is not only one of challenges but it can also be one of great self discovery. You are stronger and braver than you realize.

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You don't scare me. I survived cancer!

sensitive and sensible guide to surviving with cancer

sensitive and sensible guide to surviving with cancer

I give cancer the bird LOL, this is from stupidcancer.org an organization that supports young cancer patients and survivors

Sean Swarner. Cancer survivor. The picture of his Mt. Everest summit has been floating around the cancer boards. This is his story in his own words.

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    He's also done the Hawaiian Iron Man and ran the complete Boston Marathon.

Old People Line Up To Clean Radiation in Japan Mr. Yamada: “I am 72 and on average I probably have 13 to 15 years left to live. Even if I were exposed to radiation, cancer could take 20 or 30 years or longer to develop. Therefore us older ones have less chance of getting cancer.” Basically a group of 200+ retirees are volunteering to expose themselves to high levels of radiation so the younger men and women don’t have to. Making the ultimate sacrifice to protect the lives of their children...

Chocolate may Lower Risk of Colon Cancer

Ten years ago, I had surgery for an ovarian cyst which turned out to be stage III cancer. When I left the hospital, my nurse suggested that I keep a diary to deal with my feelings. I wrote on scraps of fabric and sometimes used fusible to create symbolic representations of what I was experiencing. After my last chemo, I put the various pieces together. The quilting is sometime straight and sometime zigzag to represent the unevenness of my emotional state as I dealt with the cancer and its treat

I have mixed feelings about this. I understand why people think its a good idea but as a cancer survivor I can say that when I walked out of the chemo treatment room the last thing I wanted to see was anything that reminded me of cancer. I wanted everything 'on the outside' to be as normal as possible. I accept that the concept came about with the best of intentions so I will just leave it at that.

This design is available for 1 Year Survivors all the way up to 20+ Year Survivors in our Gallery. Promote Breast Cancer Awareness and give Hope to all Women still fighting Breast Cancer by letting others know that you are a 1 Year Breast Cancer Survivor with t-shirts and gifts with Pink Ribbon. Ideal for BREAST CANCER Awareness Month, BREAST CANCER Awareness Walks ANY time in between!

Breast Cancer survivors, you met your opponent. You stood strong and fought it bravely. You won. And, now, you’re back! Re-enter the cancer-free world with our eye-catching I’m Back Breast Cancer Survivor t-shirts, gifts, apparel, and merchandise featuring a striking layout, pink Breast Cancer awareness ribbon, and the words “I’m Back” in a ‘busted out paper hole’. This truly unique Breast Cancer survivor design makes an ideal gift for any new Breast Cancer survivor.

GOOD FRIENDS DON'T ALLOW GOOD FRIENDS TO GIVE THEMSELVES CANCER!! DANGER! Tanning is TERRIBLE for you! FYI Don't be a fool. Look younger longer like me! A tan, whether you get it on the beach, in a bed, or through incidental exposure, is bad news, any way you acquire it. Tans are caused by harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or tanning lamps, and if you have one, you’ve sustained skin cell damage. No matter what you may hear at tanning salons, the cumulative damage caused by UV ...

GOOD FRIENDS DON'T ALLOW GOOD FRIENDS TO GIVE THEMSELVES CANCER!! DANGER! Tanning is TERRIBLE for you! FYI Don't be a fool. Look younger longer like me! A tan, whether you get it on the beach, in a bed, or through incidental exposure, is bad news, any way you acquire it. Tans are caused by harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or tanning lamps, and if you have one, you’ve sustained skin cell damage. No matter what you may hear at tanning salons, the cumulative damage caused by UV ...

National Cancer Survivors Day is an annual, worldwide Celebration of Life that is held in hundreds of communities on the first Sunday in June. Wear your purple on Sunday, June 3, to remember those who have survived, and for those who didn't.