Kathryn Rudd-Smith
Kathryn Rudd-Smith

I love the comments above - well said!

Michelle Lister
Michelle Lister

For me I was pregnant with my third daughter. I went to my maternity Dr appointment and showed her a lump I had found. She just waved her hand and told me "it's nothing". So I believed her and went on to have a beautiful baby. I could still feel the lump in my breast and decided to get a second opinion. The second Dr did the right thing and had me go in for testing. I had a mammogram, but because I was still nursing it was hard for them to determine for sure but they thought it was...

For me I was pregnant with my third daughter. I went to my maternity Dr appointment and showed her a lump I had found. She just waved her hand and told me "it's nothing". So I believed her and went on to have a beautiful baby. I could still feel the lump in my breast and decided to get a second opinion. The second Dr did the right thing and had me go in for testing. I had a mammogram, but because I was still nursing it was hard for them to determine for sure but they thought it was nothing. They then sent me for an ultra sound guided biopsy. I had 3 needle biopsy and the results were it was not cancer. I was then referred to a surgeon. He wanted to remove the lump but since I was nursing and it wasn't cancerous, I asked to carry on nursing. He wanted to do a follow up in 3 months to keep an eye on it. When I came back he thought it had grown and wanted to do another biopsy. I agreed and that is when it all finally came back I did have breast cancer. I was rushed in for surgery and shortly after they did an ultrasound. That is when I found out it was too late and I was already Stage 4. So even though I found my lump early I wasn't taken serious by my doctor and all the medical testing let me down. So I find it hard to see all the funds we raise going to "early detection and awareness". If they put more funding into late stage researching we would have better drugs, with less side effects and perhaps a cure. I want to raise my children and not like this. I constantly have a noose around my neck and I never know when the floor is going to give out from under me. It's a brutal way to have to live, but our alternative is death! Please help us change how the funds are allocated and help us live longer.

Kathy Thomas
Kathy Thomas
  • Michelle Lister

I was 36 years old in 1999 with a husband, 3 children ages 9, 7 and 5, 2 dogs, and 2 cats. I did not have any family history of breast cancer and according to the "experts" had 0 risk of getting it. My OBGYN sent me for a 'Baseline Mammogram" as he called it when I turned 35, and when I finally went, I was told I had a 1.1 cm tumor, Stage 1 DCIC, and although it was invasive I had nothing to really worry about. I would have chemo, radiation and put on drugs that would lower my risk of it...

I was 36 years old in 1999 with a husband, 3 children ages 9, 7 and 5, 2 dogs, and 2 cats. I did not have any family history of breast cancer and according to the "experts" had 0 risk of getting it. My OBGYN sent me for a 'Baseline Mammogram" as he called it when I turned 35, and when I finally went, I was told I had a 1.1 cm tumor, Stage 1 DCIC, and although it was invasive I had nothing to really worry about. I would have chemo, radiation and put on drugs that would lower my risk of it spreading or recurring. I felt so lucky to get the "Pink Cancer"! Then 10 years after my first diagnosis, in 2008, I was told the cancer spread to 12 of my vertebra, ribs, pelvis and tailbone. I was now Stage IV. I had been living in a "Pink World" thinking I had a cancer that is always cured. Everywhere I go I am bombarded by pink commercials, pink products, hospitals devoted to the pink disease and fundraisers for all the "survivors" of the pink cancer. Our family goes to the Detroit Race for a Cure. My children were living in a world of false hope of my never having it again. But my cancer is not pink. My cancer continues to spread and is now in my right hip and femur and my lungs. All the pink fundraisers in the world can't stop cancer from spreading, so how about we spend more money on metastatic breast cancer. I am not a pink 'survivor' I am a "Cancer Fighter"! I want to live longer. What color am I?

Michelle Lister
Michelle Lister
  • Michelle Lister

For me I was pregnant with my third daughter. I went to my maternity Dr appointment and showed her a lump I had found. She just waved her hand and told me "it's nothing". So I believed her and went on to have a beautiful baby. I could still feel the lump in my breast and decided to get a second opinion. The second Dr did the right thing and had me go in for testing. I had a mammogram, but because I was still nursing it was hard for them to determine for sure but they thought it was...

For me I was pregnant with my third daughter. I went to my maternity Dr appointment and showed her a lump I had found. She just waved her hand and told me "it's nothing". So I believed her and went on to have a beautiful baby. I could still feel the lump in my breast and decided to get a second opinion. The second Dr did the right thing and had me go in for testing. I had a mammogram, but because I was still nursing it was hard for them to determine for sure but they thought it was nothing. They then sent me for an ultra sound guided biopsy. I had 3 needle biopsy and the results were it was not cancer. I was then referred to a surgeon. He wanted to remove the lump but since I was nursing and it wasn't cancerous, I asked to carry on nursing. He wanted to do a follow up in 3 months to keep an eye on it. When I came back he thought it had grown and wanted to do another biopsy. I agreed and that is when it all finally came back I did have breast cancer. I was rushed in for surgery and shortly after they did an ultrasound. That is when I found out it was too late and I was already Stage 4. So even though I found my lump early I wasn't taken serious by my doctor and all the medical testing let me down. So I find it hard to see all the funds we raise going to "early detection and awareness". If they put more funding into late stage researching we would have better drugs, with less side effects and perhaps a cure. I want to raise my children and not like this. I constantly have a noose around my neck and I never know when the floor is going to give out from under me. It's a brutal way to have to live, but our alternative is death! Please help us change how the funds are allocated and help us live longer.

Michelle Davidson
Michelle Davidson
  • Michelle Lister

thanks for sharing your story makes it even more real than it already is for some of us

Sheri Parsons-Laidley
Sheri Parsons-Laidley
  • Michelle Lister

I think of you, your family and your endless fight daily. You are an inspiring woman.

Gyri Wergeland Vallevik
Gyri Wergeland Vallevik
  • Michelle Lister

Did you write...? Thinking alot about you! xoxo

Lorena Tobar De Diaz
Lorena Tobar De Diaz
  • Michelle Lister

You are such and inspiring women.. Keep fighting!!!

Ruth McGinn
Ruth McGinn
  • Michelle Lister

Excellent message I think of you so often Wanted to "share" this and the article to my wall but couldn't' see where to do that Thought Id spread your message a little further

Karen Noble
Karen Noble
  • Michelle Lister

Thank you Michelle for sharing that. Its unbelieveable but I think this has happened many times to women....I am so praying that you'll be here for a loooong time . You got youth and a healthy regimen on your side ..: ))

Michelle Lister
Michelle Lister
  • Michelle Lister

I wasn't aware this would show up on my wall. Ruth if you click on this cause their is a place you can sign the petition and share it. Thanks for your support. i still have to send you that package. Is it possible for you to drop it of at the school. I know you don't work there anymore. I am the biggestprocrastinator ever. :(

Evan Polowick
Evan Polowick
  • Michelle Lister

Great post Michelle...I think it important for you to share with us so others can relate and or learn of the challenges you and other women face in reality... We all want you to raise your three beautiful girls without always wondering about tomorrow. We love you.

Tammy Louise Goff
Tammy Louise Goff

In 2002 at 32yrs. old when I was stage IIb I was in awe at the amount of support and help available to myself and my family, and organization even sent bears and coloring books to my children xplaining the things mom was going through.. However at age 41 I was diagnosed with mets to every bone in my body that soon invaded my liver! Now at stage IV I soo desperately needed that support that I THOUGHT was there! However I soon discovered that there's next to nothing out there for stage IV all...

In 2002 at 32yrs. old when I was stage IIb I was in awe at the amount of support and help available to myself and my family, and organization even sent bears and coloring books to my children xplaining the things mom was going through.. However at age 41 I was diagnosed with mets to every bone in my body that soon invaded my liver! Now at stage IV I soo desperately needed that support that I THOUGHT was there! However I soon discovered that there's next to nothing out there for stage IV all I seemed to get was alot of scared looks and a sorry your dying vibe from people.. I soon even discovered that most of the organizations I both raised and donated to for yrs.. only seemed concerned with spending on awareness (a bunch of pink pens n stupid bobbles that are usually thrown away).. Well now that I'm stage Iv my life depends on things like research and trials.. I wish a pink pen or a bunch of silly pink ribbons (i hate pink) would save me as id contributed lots over the years for them however they wont do a damn thing to cure this disease or fund my treatments.. I cant even get PET scans without paying for them on medicaid in SYR. N.Y. where I live but there's no organization to cover that either.. Shoot after being robbed from a career I loved due to the risk of bone fracture I'm not even a candidate for Cancer treatment centers of america or md anderson or any of the AWESOME places that could help me! Why because ive been reduced to public insurane and am apparently sopose to hide in the corner and wait to die, as god forbid they should use a strong woman fighting stage IV to represent breast cancer in any way.. Honestly a big majority of us soo called survivors are back within 10-15 yrs. looking a death sentence in the face.. But for some reason WE recieve very little support or attention and are alotted 1 lousy day in the month of Oct. to try to spread awareness while the other 30 days are filled with spreading bobbles awareness and early detection! Well I was diagnosed the 1st time in Oct. I got plenty of bobbles caught my cancer early and was DEFINATELY very aware! Now that I'm looking at 1-2yrs to live and worried I wont see my youngest graduate or my children married etc where's the support because I need it now more than ever.. Please help us by signing this petition to help change tis system that's set up to fail those that REALLY NEED the support and awareness.. Sorry so long thank you.. Tammy Louise Goff.

Michelle Harrold Arnold
Michelle Harrold Arnold
  • Tammy Louise Goff

Grrrr! Won't let me sign! Keep getting an "error on page" message.

Tammy Louise Goff
Tammy Louise Goff
  • Tammy Louise Goff

WTF thats stupid..sorry guys that sucks cause this is a cause I very much believe in and have been choking on since they gave me my terminal diagnosis a yr. ago.. Hmm im gonna see if i can fix it or invite more people or something.. maybe try the other link further down on my page as i shared it last night but never commented till this morning

Sondra Gianni
Sondra Gianni
  • Tammy Louise Goff

It let me sign itl, I wanted to share your post but theres no way to share. And this is news to Michelle and I and a lot of other people I.m sure. People assume donations are helping you as well as all these fancy hospitals they advertise on tv and their not. I am so sorry Tam. What else can we do.

Tammy Louise Goff
Tammy Louise Goff
  • Tammy Louise Goff

Son honestly as i said in my comments on the subject i recieved endless support when my outcome wasnt as serious.. for some reason they put all of us terminal patients in the closet.. Maybe its my lovely disposition lmao idk.. I will ask anyone making ny donations to any organizations due to my disease to be sure the donation either goes to research or the patients themselves for expenses as u will soon discover most of it dont

Theresa Palomares
Theresa Palomares
  • Tammy Louise Goff

Michelle Harrold Arnold Please keep trying, there were some internet issues that I experienced on this page today also-please try again! Thank you in advance!

Theresa Palomares
Theresa Palomares
  • Tammy Louise Goff

Tammy Louise Goff Please keep trying, there were some internet issues that I experienced on this page today also-please try again! Thank you in advance and thank you for sharing your personal experience, life has it's challenges but add stage 4 breast cancer mets to the mix and you surely are fighting the battle of your life!

Pam Lewis
Pam Lewis
  • Tammy Louise Goff

Michelle Harrold Arnold try to double click wouldnt let me at first so i did that and it worked

Lorien Murray
Lorien Murray
  • Tammy Louise Goff

Tammy you post is AWESOME and exactly why there needs to be something done to raise not just awareness of MBC but also some freaking support! I was diagnosed inititally at stage IV 2 years ago at age 36. I've got 3 kids, my youngest only 18 months at the time and my doctor telling me I'm going to die, 2-3 years, blah blah and hands me a card for a support group and that's it. Really?! Anyway, there is a really awesome support group here on FB for those of us with MBC called the New Close...

Tammy you post is AWESOME and exactly why there needs to be something done to raise not just awareness of MBC but also some freaking support! I was diagnosed inititally at stage IV 2 years ago at age 36. I've got 3 kids, my youngest only 18 months at the time and my doctor telling me I'm going to die, 2-3 years, blah blah and hands me a card for a support group and that's it. Really?! Anyway, there is a really awesome support group here on FB for those of us with MBC called the New Close Metastatic Breast Cancer Group (yes, long name...long story). You sould like you would fit right in!

Tammy Louise Goff
Tammy Louise Goff
  • Tammy Louise Goff

Cant find this group will keep trying ;)

Debbie Alex Wetzel
Debbie Alex Wetzel

I have been living with Metastatic Breast Cancer (stage 4) for 7 1/2 years now. It was my primary diagnosis when a tumor was found in my right femur. After many tests, tumors were also found in my spine and I was told that it was probably Breast cancer. I was 48 and in shock! How could this be? I needed surgery right away or my leg would fracture, so after biopsy in my breast and femur, the diagnosis was confirmed. After the surgery, I met with the medical oncologist to discuss my treatment...

I have been living with Metastatic Breast Cancer (stage 4) for 7 1/2 years now. It was my primary diagnosis when a tumor was found in my right femur. After many tests, tumors were also found in my spine and I was told that it was probably Breast cancer. I was 48 and in shock! How could this be? I needed surgery right away or my leg would fracture, so after biopsy in my breast and femur, the diagnosis was confirmed. After the surgery, I met with the medical oncologist to discuss my treatment plan and was told that there was NO CURE for what I had, just treatment to fight the cancer and palative treatment if necessary. I needed radiation to the spine and femur to alleviate the severe pain and I also started on the medical treatment plan.As friends and family were told of my illness, some would say, "oh, you can beat this" and I had to respond that I could fight the battle, but eventually the cancer would win. Yes, I am one of the lucky ones with er+/her2-, where the cancer is fueled by estrogen. This gave me options of anti-estrogen pills and a delay of actual chemo, for as long as the drugs would work. For me, that was 4 years when they then found liver tumors. Then I got my first chemo. During these 7 years I have also had spine fusion surgery when one of my tumors fractured a vertebra and contracted a serious jaw disease called Osteonecrosis of the Jaw, which was caused by one of my cancer treatments. Still, through it all, I am still here fighting, not only the cancer, but fighting for a cure. Not enough money goes to finding a cure for metastatic disease with too much money going to prevention. WE need to change this and I ask you to support our cause! Eventually, I will run out of treatments options and die. When you get to this stage in my cancer journey, treatments don't usually work for a long time, and time runs out. Give us a chance of longer life by supporting our efforts!

Debbie De Frank-Jordan
Debbie De Frank-Jordan
  • Debbie Alex Wetzel

What a moving post, Debbie. I had no idea. You are a true inspiration and hero to every woman. I will definitely make a contribution. Wishing you all the very best.

Bev Valarinos
Bev Valarinos
  • Debbie Alex Wetzel

My diagnosis was stageIV at the start.Thank God for the treatments I have gotten..I was diagnosed 2 yrs ago.If you know me please sign the petition.

Joel Arrington
Joel Arrington
  • Debbie Alex Wetzel

Good luck

Joel Arrington
Joel Arrington
  • Debbie Alex Wetzel

the value of persistence.

Marsha Sherr
Marsha Sherr
  • Debbie Alex Wetzel

My original diagnosis was at stage IV at the age of 59. Four years and 10 months later at the age of 65 I am still alive due to the marvels of modern medicine. I am one of the lucky few, many many others have not been as fortunate and still others have succumbed to this horrid disease never realizing they had stage IV breast cancer. My survival does not come without a price..... life long treatment..... some not so bad..... some while prolonging life bring pain and permemant disability plus...

My original diagnosis was at stage IV at the age of 59. Four years and 10 months later at the age of 65 I am still alive due to the marvels of modern medicine. I am one of the lucky few, many many others have not been as fortunate and still others have succumbed to this horrid disease never realizing they had stage IV breast cancer. My survival does not come without a price..... life long treatment..... some not so bad..... some while prolonging life bring pain and permemant disability plus that ending nagging anxiety of.... when, when will that other shoe drop. Being stage IV reminds me of that movie " Dead Man Walking " like being on death row without an execution date.

Below is a VERY PARTIAL list of the mothers, daughters, sisters, grandmothers and friends who belonged to the breast cancer support group - INSPIRE. The
grou
p INSPIRE to which I belong is JUST ONE of the thousands of such groups throughout the United States and the world..... our losses continue to grow and the the numbers are not pretty.

Many of the women listed below did everything the awareness programs advised to detect breast cancer early..... had all the recommended tests and treatment.... but their names are none-the-less on this list.

WE NEED A LARGER PERCENTAGE OF THE PROCEEDS COLLECTED FOR BREAST CANCER DIRECTED TOWARDS ADVANCED AND END STAGE BREAST CANCER RESEARCH. WE NEED TO FIND A CURE FOR THIS DISEASE VERY SOON AS TO MY MIND BREAST CANCER IS RAPIDLY BECOMING EPIDEMIC!

1. Peggy (PeggyR)
2. Brendajean
3. Cindyrae
4. Hazelmarie
5. LucyP
6. Debbi (Scott’s wife).
7. Yasou (and partner).
8. Jean (Aunteakers Husband - Brent).
9. Rose1325
10. JudyV
11. Martyjoe (Lamorna)
12. Melissa (Miss Butterfly).
13. Pattie
14. Pattie Mignogna (pmig317) January 6th, 2010.
15. Sharon (SR2603)
16. Dina (Daughter2Survivor)
17. Margaret27217
18. "AJS" Anita Joan Solomon July 13 2009.
19. Lagata
20. Pat (PJBgirl) 29 Sept 2010.
21. Chloemom (Lorri Hoover) 10 October 2010.
22. Edaura (Laura) 17 Oct? 2010
23. ‘RivkA’ Matitya Friday October 29th 2010.
24. Dolphinlady “Bev” 3/6/2010 (45 years).
25. Out of the pit.
26. JillAline 08/12/2010
27. Lori Baur (truelori) 19/02/2011 (41years).
28. Sheri B. Metz (Inky 29) 13/03/2011.
29. Cheryl Rockwell ("OMiss" on Inspire), March 23, 2011.
30. JTM (Jacquie Melton) 06/04/2011.
31. Leanna "velcro" 35yrs (16/04/2011) children Noah and Sienna.
32. Ana Mary 37yrs (AnaMary1) (23/04/11) Husband Luis and daughters.
33. Sapphire Sky (Barbie) 06/05/11).
34. Jodiv - 19 June 2011.
35. Michele Kravchak aka Micheleann - September 8, 2011.
36. Mary Kemp a/k/a/ Windbeneathmywings passed away on Oct. 26th 2011
37. Jorjanne Hamilton (pinkmom) - November 4, 2011 - 43 years old.
38. Ravenwatcher/Stacy of Alaska!- 4 November 2011.
39. Elena Lyn Lawrence -15 December 2011 - 43 years old.
40. Rebecca Dale (friend of Devorah.

Maryann Hendrickson-Rhodey
Maryann Hendrickson-Rhodey
  • Debbie Alex Wetzel

Debbie you are truly an inspiration that we should never give up! Your story will help so many others. I signed the petition and sent it out to my friends . You are a hero! Always in my thoughts and prayers.

Nancy Davis
Nancy Davis

catch me nancydavis@huffingtonpost and see how I feel about this! My October blog is in the making...thanks Deb Ragosta.

Nancy Davis
Nancy Davis
  • Nancy Davis

"Stage IV... No More"!

Theresa Palomares
Theresa Palomares
  • Nancy Davis

Hi Nancy! Can I send you an invite to a closed group on facebook? We are named Inspired Metastatic Breast Cancer Advocacy and we have all joined forces from a blog forum named "Inspire", we are tired of dying and want to do something about it!!!

Victoria Ford
Victoria Ford
  • Nancy Davis

Hope you can come and check us out Nancy http://www.facebook.com/?sk=lf#!/groups/InspiredMBCAdvocacy/

Victoria Ford
Victoria Ford
  • Nancy Davis

Our group is new and we have only just started to try and make a difference to getting people to understand that there is something between being a breast cancer survivor and a statistic of how many people die of the disease each year. There is something there and it is LIFE, maybe not as we used to know it, but life all the same.

Kathy Thomas
Kathy Thomas

I was 36 years old in 1999 with a husband, 3 children ages 9, 7 and 5, 2 dogs, and 2 cats. I did not have any family history of breast cancer and according to the "experts" had 0 risk of getting it. My OBGYN sent me for a 'Baseline Mammogram" as he called it when I turned 35, and when I finally went, I was told I had a 1.1 cm tumor, Stage 1 DCIC, and although it was invasive I had nothing to really worry about. I would have chemo, radiation and put on drugs that would lower my risk of it...

I was 36 years old in 1999 with a husband, 3 children ages 9, 7 and 5, 2 dogs, and 2 cats. I did not have any family history of breast cancer and according to the "experts" had 0 risk of getting it. My OBGYN sent me for a 'Baseline Mammogram" as he called it when I turned 35, and when I finally went, I was told I had a 1.1 cm tumor, Stage 1 DCIC, and although it was invasive I had nothing to really worry about. I would have chemo, radiation and put on drugs that would lower my risk of it spreading or recurring. I felt so lucky to get the "Pink Cancer"! Then 10 years after my first diagnosis, in 2008, I was told the cancer spread to 12 of my vertebra, ribs, pelvis and tailbone. I was now Stage IV. I had been living in a "Pink World" thinking I had a cancer that is always cured. Everywhere I go I am bombarded by pink commercials, pink products, hospitals devoted to the pink disease and fundraisers for all the "survivors" of the pink cancer. Our family goes to the Detroit Race for a Cure. My children were living in a world of false hope of my never having it again. But my cancer is not pink. My cancer continues to spread and is now in my right hip and femur and my lungs. All the pink fundraisers in the world can't stop cancer from spreading, so how about we spend more money on metastatic breast cancer. I am not a pink 'survivor' I am a "Cancer Fighter"! I want to live longer. What color am I?

Amanda Davisson
Amanda Davisson
  • Kathy Thomas

Love you!

Stacy Andrews
Stacy Andrews
  • Kathy Thomas

Once again, well said! AMEN!

Marchel Feick Racklyeft
Marchel Feick Racklyeft
  • Kathy Thomas

Oh Kathy, I am so sorry and praying for you. I signed the Petition. Your color needs to be purple -- brave and courageous.

Rhonda Coleman Meek
Rhonda Coleman Meek
  • Kathy Thomas

Wow, what a powerful statement Kathy, you brought tears to my eyes. You are a fighter and I will pray God continues to give you strength for the battle. Red is your color for courage, passion, love. Every year I walk in the Making Strides for Breast Cancer & this year I will dedicate my walk in support of you. Keeping you and your family in my prayers. <3

Marsha Patterson
Marsha Patterson
  • Kathy Thomas

Color of Hope, Love

Marsha Patterson
Marsha Patterson
  • Kathy Thomas

A rainbow

Janet Kok
Janet Kok
  • Kathy Thomas

pls juice organic papaya (before ripen) with skin, flesh and seed, every day drink a cup, u will see magic

Sally Bruner Drees
Sally Bruner Drees

I signed! I was diagnosed originally as an "early stager" in late 2006. Did everything I was supposed to do -- bilateral mast, chemo and four years of Tamoxifen, but the beast spread anyway - four and a half years from my original diagnosis. I am now Stage IV and feel like people out there do not understand that through all the pink, women AND men are still dying at almost the same rate they were 20 years ago. No one can tell us why some of us metastasize and other's don't. Until that...

I signed! I was diagnosed originally as an "early stager" in late 2006. Did everything I was supposed to do -- bilateral mast, chemo and four years of Tamoxifen, but the beast spread anyway - four and a half years from my original diagnosis. I am now Stage IV and feel like people out there do not understand that through all the pink, women AND men are still dying at almost the same rate they were 20 years ago. No one can tell us why some of us metastasize and other's don't. Until that question can be answered we are no where near a cure. We need funding for metastatic research. Please don't continue to support writing off the Mets girls - we want to live, too. We are warriors to - fighting to live every single day.

Rachel Boullion Wickman
Rachel Boullion Wickman
  • Sally Bruner Drees

Hell yeah we are!!!

Dawn Fenendael Parizek
Dawn Fenendael Parizek
  • Sally Bruner Drees

I signed!!

Dawn Fenendael Parizek
Dawn Fenendael Parizek
  • Sally Bruner Drees

And forwarded on to 25 friends.

Jaimie Spring
Jaimie Spring
  • Sally Bruner Drees

Well said! Much love to you my met Sista:-)

Toni Esposito Johnson
Toni Esposito Johnson
  • Sally Bruner Drees

Absolutely agree with this! With you 100%.

Kathy Thomas
Kathy Thomas
  • Sally Bruner Drees

Stage IV --- We are the true warriors!!!

Deshan Irendra de Silva
Deshan Irendra de Silva
  • Sally Bruner Drees

Dear Friends only more 39 day's to be left hurry up sign and invite your friends also to sign this.......help us to reach our goal.http://www.causes.com/actions/1730991-ban-jamaat-e-islami-from-bangladeshi-politics?ctm=recommended_activities.

Dena Littlefield-Regelman Hoelter

Please sign for my Mother Sharey , she lived 5 yrs after dx of brst ca and then found a goofball size brain tumor that was mets to her brain , more surgery , full head radiation and then confusion and death .
Please help .. my mom had 4+ staged ca , she beat that , but was not brain scanned to find tumor , everybody needs total check- ups , for a life time !
I love and miss you mother !!
Sharey Darby 1943-2004

Melody Littlefield Snyder Miller
Melody Littlefield Snyder Miller
  • Dena Littlefield-Regelman Hoelter

She was a beautiful person I love and miss her to

Kit Kellison
Kit Kellison
  • Dena Littlefield-Regelman Hoelter

I remember your mother well. She was a sweet, beautiful woman.

David GT Stevens
David GT Stevens

I personally believe in the FULL PICTURE of health research and Western Medicine/Scientific Research/ Drug companies are just Part of the spectrum of Health recovery and NO Doubt, I think the people should have Access to ALL OF IT..Period! I've seen Miracles from both sides of the spectrum and this is why I believe this.. This is about MONEY and that is a double edge sword for sure.. the hole goes deeper than we realize is the case for most things and this is no different... I don't...

I personally believe in the FULL PICTURE of health research and Western Medicine/Scientific Research/ Drug companies are just Part of the spectrum of Health recovery and NO Doubt, I think the people should have Access to ALL OF IT..Period! I've seen Miracles from both sides of the spectrum and this is why I believe this.. This is about MONEY and that is a double edge sword for sure.. the hole goes deeper than we realize is the case for most things and this is no different... I don't think funding for drugs that can be absorbed by the whole body in several different area /localized or not are the direction Scientist are going based on the interaction the body has with these drugs.. They are trying to find the basic issues first and at the current level of interaction its difficult to subject the body to that level of toxicity.. more harm than good ; ( Sooooooooooo.... I believe in doing absolutely everything humanly possible to help those in this situation;. I am trying to make available to the world and it will take the WORLD together to make this happen... Investigational therapies/Non invasive therapies and theories, Scientific, herbal, etc. etc. ALL of THE good ones available to the public for free..(why hasn't anyone done this yet?) I believe you should have the opportunity to be educated about all of them and ALL of them made available for FREE! It's the greatest idea in the realm of Helping people with health issues EVER.......Please Use this idea and connect with me later/now...like I said... I've seen these therapies work and everyone deserves the chance to use them for FREE.........

Steven Battaglino
Steven Battaglino
  • David GT Stevens

Yeah, theres definitely no shortage of $$$ to find a cure, if thats what it were used for...Whattup brah?!

David GT Stevens
David GT Stevens
  • David GT Stevens

RIGHT!!! trying to heal myself...MoMo accident.. Shoulder Separation/Wrists/back & Neckish.. up and down really.. Whattuppers!!?? I see that family is lookin great ; ))))

Linda Bauer
Linda Bauer

Many cures are supposedly really out but want to keep us ignorant of this fact. I notice at times here in facebook, posts come up and and let us all know these things so why not take advantage of this fact and read up on what must do to find a cure for someone else or themselves and leave mamograms alone and kemo too as it is no good; don't believe the b s they put out there that it's good for you.

Robert Reed
Robert Reed
  • Linda Bauer

Dear Lord please bless our loves that are suffering with cancer and send your guardian angels to be near and help all of those in need of love, comfort and a friend.

Linda Bauer
Linda Bauer
  • Linda Bauer

Many cures are supposedly really out but want to keep us ignorant of this fact. I notice at times here in facebook, posts come up and and let us all know these things so why not take advantage of this fact and read up on what must do to find a cure for someone else or themselves and leave mamograms alone and kemo too as it is no good; don't believe the b s they put out there that it's good for you.

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