I am a stage IIIc ovarian cancer survivor for 13 hrs. I have recently dramatically changed my eating habits. I feel better and have dropped 70 lbs. I know I have lessened my chances of getting cancer again.
That is 13 years!
Linda Lynch did U go Gluten-Free?
Congratulations !! Good for you !! I know you have made a big difference in your life. I wish you all the best with your success.!!
Moni, yes I have gone gluten free. My "gut" issues are better.
Good for you, Linda! Keep going and remember that many prayers will be said for you.
Congratulations on 13 years and I'm glad you feel better... My mom was just diagnosed with stage 3 ovarian cancer May 2011 and she went though Chemotherapy and lost over 100 pounds during the process. Currently she is cancer-free and I'm very thankful..
We've never met, but I'm happy for you tho
Linda Lynch Praise God!!!
Hi I was going to say 2 yrs clear but got MRI back and have 2 tumors back GRRR. My stage III ovarian is a very rare cancer (trust me to get it) Now been smoke free for 2 mths and havent even been intrested in smokes YAY
Alies Slots I clicked 'like' because you were able to stop smoking. Beat down that cancer again. Get those freakin' tumors gone and gone for good. Bless your <3
I am 1 year cancer free...going in for a complete hysterectomy on March 1st...getting rid of the pre-cancerous cells that are growing now...
Real interesting quiz with useful tips about health and how to improve. I'm myself a breast cancer survivor. Thank God it has been 16 years.
We need to know everything we can about cancer prevention!, change lifestyles.. and eat better, more veggies, more fish, more fruits, and.. less milk... in Japan people do not drink that much cow milk as we do, and the stadistics about cancer are much lower there. Some cases of cancer are even cure just by stop drinking milk every day. Lets be smart and not be simple consumers manipulated by the food industry...
Cancer is a demon of enormous proportions. I have, like most of you, lost family and friends to intense battles with the disease. So far I am a cancer survivor, and am filled with immense gratitude for my survival. Please consider the ways you can help to make a difference in this fight for life that directly or indirectly impacts everyone on the planet. And it continues to envelope more and more of us. Cancer is an insidious enemy that we can overcome with pluck, determination and support...
Cancer is a demon of enormous proportions. I have, like most of you, lost family and friends to intense battles with the disease. So far I am a cancer survivor, and am filled with immense gratitude for my survival. Please consider the ways you can help to make a difference in this fight for life that directly or indirectly impacts everyone on the planet. And it continues to envelope more and more of us. Cancer is an insidious enemy that we can overcome with pluck, determination and support garnered from many volunteers and contributors. Think about it, then please act. Peace.
both of my parents died by cancer and yesterday i have been to a good 28 years old friend funeralies, SERGIU GUTU from ROMANIA, dead by colon cancer, and he have had a 2 years old baby girl wich remain without a father, and the hardest thing is that she askes about her father : this deaseas is the cruel and like a thief comes without knowing; it is impossible for me to believe that in the 21 th century the mankind didnt discover the cure for cancer
Please enjoy and share the following two inspirational cancer survivor videos/songs: "Look At Me" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rw5pk5wuANY "A Toast To You" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vU-tEmcV55U
HELP THE COMMUNITY TO PREVENT CANCER.
I am a 12 year survivor of breast cancer. I was 26 at the time, and really did not think that I would get it that young. But, I got early and now here I am, 12 years later....married with 2 children. I am grateful for everyday I have on earth.
This is a very important quiz to take, my husband was diagnosed with prostrate cancer about 3 months, and it really hit us for a loop. We are lucky though because it was only in 5 percent of his prostrate, and he is now in radiation treatments. The prognosis is good, since we caught in time, that it is why if you have any signs of any cancer, get medical treatment at once. He has changed his eating habits, and things are going good...