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    PostHope.org

    PostHope.org

    http://posthope.org is a non-profit offering a beautiful way to create free patient and care websites:

    We've created this site to keep friends and family updated. We appreciate your support and words of hope and encouragement during this time when it matters most. Many of you have been blessed by the Delaplain Family, let's come beside them right now.

    Thanks for visiting Min's PostHope site. Life has been very hectic for the last few months, so I'm creating this site to keep all of our wonderful family and friends who are always wondering how Min is doing as up to date as possible. Thanks for all the love!

    Wait, colon cancer...at 41, what?! As the Holmes Family navigates a sudden and scary journey, it is here health updates and feelings will be spilled, faith and hope can be refilled. Thank you for your support and love!

    On September 19th, our youngest son, Parker, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma (nodular sclerosis subtype epstein barr virus associated). This site is designed to provide updates for our friends and family who have overwhelmed us support, love, and prayer.

    In March of 2014 Hunter was diagnosed with Ewings sarcoma a rare form of bone cancer. He immediately started 9 months of chemo as well as radiation.

    John was diagnosed with ALS in January. The response from the community has been amazing. We are grateful that God is using us to inspire and impact others in their faith, and He has sent so many to support and encourage us through this. We hope that this site will allow all of us to see God's love and know Him more.

    I want to take this opportunity to update you on the evaluation done at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville for my Liver Transplant. T We have just received the decision letter from the Transplant Committee. This committee takes into account the results and recommendation from each member of the team. Their decision is final and not subject to negotiation. The committee has advised that I need to be 5 years cancer free to be reconsidered. Needless to say this is both a disappointment and stress ...

    SPENCE BABY GIVEAWAY – FREE HONEST CO. DIAPERS & WIPES FOR AN ENTIRE YEAR!

    Everything you need to know about a little girl's journey with Truncus Arteriosus and Fibular Hemimelia (and the friends and family who love her)

    This site has been created to keep updates about Deb's treatments and progress. Thank you for the many prayers that sustain us through this journey.

    This site is dedicated to Aiden Kemp's healing from transverse myelitis. Please see the "Sticky" topics below labeled "Welcome" and "What Happened?" for more information.

    Follow Cohen and our family through this journey with updates, information & pictures.

    Keep in touch with Gurubhai Singh and Har Nal Kaur during this difficult time.

    As many of you know, Ben and Cori were expecting baby boy #2, Griffin, to arrive towards the end of May. They have recently learned there are some serious medical concerns regarding Griffin's brain development. This website has been created as a way for family and friends to get updates, as well as, communicate their support for Ben, Cori, Nolan, and Griffin

    This is Victor's life story..... We are trying to raise awareness for his rare syndrome and give hope to ourselves and others.

    Our father, Bryan Secrest, is scheduled to undergo Open Heart Surgery on the morning of May 5, 2014. He is a loving father of 6 kids, and 2 grandchildren. He is a hard working, and caring father who puts his family before himself. We have created this page for donations to cover medical bills & any other expenses due to being in the hospital , we also know that he will be out of work for at least 8 weeks due to the surgery . Also we encourage positive words & prayers as well . Thank you so ...

    On March 14th 2008 I had a siezure while driving truck, by God's Grace I was able to get pulled over and nobody got hurt. I was soon diagnosed with two brain tumors one about the size of a tennis ball. It's called stage four glioblastoma multi- forme. On March 18th I had surgery to remove as much of the tumor as possible. Then I started radiation and chemotherapy treatments shortly after surgery. This site is to keep people updated on my condition and offer an easy way for people to help ...

    I am creating this site to keep friends and family updated on my treatment for breast cancer and to ask for your prayers as we begin this unexpected journey.

    This is an open communication forum for my friends and family so that we can all understand and discuss my cancer.

    As Roseanne recovers from her injuries, a space to share our support, encouragement and inspiration!

    Evan's Team Sue sign received from one of my oldest friends, Robin.

    On Monday, May 12th 2014, Oj was at the gym just like he was every morning. He started to feel ill and short of breath. Thank God he was with people who knew he wasn't in the right state and 911 was called immediately. When the ambulance arrived, he was unresponsive. They transported him to the closest hospital and found he had a bleed in his brain. He was then transferred to the best neurological hospital in Orange County where emergency surgery was done to help relieve intracranial ...

    I was diagnosed with a neuro endocrine tumor in the small bowel. Will use this page to keep everyone updated on my next step of the journey.

    Receive updates on Gary's battle with cancer. Please share stories, photos and support him on his journey!

    This site is created for Abby's friends and family to keep you updated on Abby's journey. We appreciate more than words can say your support and words of hope and encouragement during this time when it matters most. Please use this site to show your love for Abby and their whole family. We will do our best to provide regular updates of her journey here. If you want to help defray Abby's medical expenses please go to her give forward page at ...

    Here you will find info about my journey with breast cancer. #teamklb #fuckcancer #stayingpositive

    I wanted to create a site to keep my sweet and supportive friends and family up-to-date. My tumor was detected after my 41yr mammo. It couldn't be felt with a self exam, even after knowing where it was. I had a clear 35yr baseline and 40yr mammo.

    This site is to keep family and friends up-to-date on Lois's journey to better health, to be informed on her medical status and important events, and to share support and love for Lois.

    Steve was diagnosed with Stage 4 Colon Cancer in June 2014. This site will keep everyone up to date with what is going on with Steve's Journey. The newest update is on top, so be sure to scroll to the bottom to read from the beginning.

    We created this site to connect with family and friends to share information about Mom's cancer journey. Since her diagnosis in September 2013 we have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of love, concern, and prayers for Mom and have been so appreciative of the cards, letters, phone calls, emails and visits. We hope that this site will provide a way for folks to have a deeper connection to mom and her journey and to each other. We will post updates, photos and information on important ...

    I chose PostHope because I feel like Caringbridge should be reserved for those who are most seriously ill -- which I, thankfully, am not. I'll post updates here as information becomes available.

    A small fund for a home landscaping project to help Oren, Beth, and their kids soak up the sun, directly benefiting Oren's cancer treatment and giving them summer family fun.

    This site is to share with family & friends the updates and happenings of Noah's intensive therapy back to hope and happiness.

    In March of 2014 Hunter was diagnosed with Ewings sarcoma a rare form of bone cancer. He immediately started 9 months of chemo as well as radiation.

    Thanks for visiting Min's PostHope site. Life has been very hectic for the last few months, so I'm creating this site to keep all of our wonderful family and friends who are always wondering how Min is doing as up to date as possible. Thanks for all the love!

    Support the entire Luvon family as they navigate through Kanyalak's recent health challenges. Your love means a lot!

    I'm Brian Jennings, and I was diagnosed with Testicular Cancer in early July 2014. These posts will be not only about the medical part of the journey, but some things I find and learn about myself along the way. Hopefully some of will be educational as well! Follow along if you'd like.....should be a helluva ride!

    Barry was an outgoing, caring soul who always kept you laughing. Recently, the Lord saw fit to call him home. He will be remembered for his laugh, and cherished for his gregarious personality. Friends and family alike have benefited from having him tread this Earth. Barry was an organ donor, saving the lives of at least three people - earning his own superhero status.

    We are starting to figure out how to ask for help, to be real about the struggles our kids face and to start creating the kind of community we need to not only survive but thrive...like a family is supposed to.

    This site was designed with LOVE, as a way for friends and family to follow Rachel's progress! We thought this was a great way to connect with loved ones, and a way for people to leave words of encouragement during this stressful time. We hope this will be a VERY short stay, but we are putting our hope and trust in the Lord, and in the doctors and nurses that are caring for Rachel. It has been medically proven, that if our minds are well, our bodies will heal!

    In June, I was diagnosed with a very rare form of abdominal cancer. My oncologist tells me the incidence is 1 in 1,000,000. Lucky me. I will use this site to give updates about my surgery, treatment, and recovery. Please leave me a message here, Ben and I would love to hear from you.

    Barry has been diagnosed with stage 4 Pancreatic cancer. We thought that bringing our family and friends together on this site to support him and each other, would be pretty powerful. We will post updates to keep everyone in the know on how he is doing.

    Thank you for your overwhelming care and concern for Joey. As you know the past few months have been extremely hard on her health-wise. The intent of this site to keep everyone updated. We can never thank you enough for your prayers and positive thoughts. It truly takes a village. ~ Joey & Gene ~

    Follow Ella's journey as she goes through treatments to beat her tumor and be tumor free! We'll post updates and share stories. We'd love to hear your comments and encouragement as we get Ella through this!

    Thank you for visiting Arlou's Journey! As many of you know, she is fighting her battle with cancer. We appreciate your support and words of hope and encouragement during this time when it matters most, especially your prayers. Be sure to check back to this site for any updates the family can provide and how you can pray more specifically for Arlou :)