My father in-law is dying after a long and difficult battle with leukemia and lymphoma. He has tried to remained positive through out this journey. I love him very much. Have watched him suffer, unable to walk at times, out of breath, struggling with every day living. Things we sometimes take for granted. I also participate because I would like to see a cure in my children's lifetime. They deserve to live cancer free. As do All children.. <3
Because I am a A.M.L. survivour! I was diagnosed in 2007, in remission for a year, then it came back with avengence. In my head this time as well as my body! It was a very long road to where I'm at right now. Ofcourse I thank all my friends and family for all their suport. But if for not all the reserch and hard work of LLS has done, I truelly believe I may not be here telling you this. So for me I got your back LLS just like u had mine! :)
We need research early detection
I'm proud of you!
Thanks mom! I love you!
My Mother was diagnosed with Burkett's lymphoma in Sept and passed away in Jan. I have family in Philly that will be walking on 10/23/13. We walk in loving memory of our Mother/Grandmother/ GG. Love and miss you Mom.
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My fiancé was diagnosed with AML in November of this past year. He has undergone and completed chemo. We hope this will be it for him. He is the strongest person I know. His one year remission will be December 10 and our wedding January 4. Please keep us in your prayers and we will do the same for all of you. I am so appreciative for the doctors, nurses, and LLS. We are looking forward to the Light the Night Walk in a few weeks!
my friend had non hodgkins cancer and now is in remission thank god .
My brother was diagnosed with lymphoma non Hodgkins cancer So is really important for me The right now is in remission.
because I was told in 2009 I have this and I wish I could do more to help.
My Dad was diagnosed with Leukemia, Diffused Large B-cell Lymphoma & Bone Cancer a year ago. He's not doing well. Chemo is not working anymore. Out of the 3 cancers, the Lymphoma is the aggressor. Unfortunately, it's a rare form. In the beginning we were hoping the chemo would work & he could get a bone marrow transplant. He's been too weak & has had too many complications for a transplant. We are in limbo now, just waiting for a breakthrough. Trying to keep our emotions in tact & keeping...
My Dad was diagnosed with Leukemia, Diffused Large B-cell Lymphoma & Bone Cancer a year ago. He's not doing well. Chemo is not working anymore. Out of the 3 cancers, the Lymphoma is the aggressor. Unfortunately, it's a rare form. In the beginning we were hoping the chemo would work & he could get a bone marrow transplant. He's been too weak & has had too many complications for a transplant. We are in limbo now, just waiting for a breakthrough. Trying to keep our emotions in tact & keeping him comfortable. He is having to get treatment through the VA Hospital in Houston. They have been great, but at times their hands are tied. I just wish all of this would magically disappear or I would wake up as if it were a nightmare. God Bless all of the survivors & families out there & best wishes.
My Prayers to you and your family. Love you girl.
Ok I'm tearing up again
Because my husband Byron Madewell passed away from AML on 10/18/2012 .. After fighting it since 1/5/2011.
Tina so sorry for your loss. I was looking up my dear old friend tonight on face book, only to find your prayer page from May. Byron was a good friend to me years ago. Truly So saddened to know I missed seeing him again. I lost my brother 2011to cancer @ 41. God Bless you & your family. Happy to know he found a wonderful woman & family to loved him. One day at a time .
My sister just passed away from AML. She was only 22 years old! Me and my family will be walking the Light The Night Walk on October 27th. Join the Walks that are across the country or donate. I don't want any more little sisters to lose their big sisters to this terrible disease! Remember to support the orange ribbon and the LLS! I love you Alecia Christina Snyder you will always be my hero.....