I strongly n proudly honor my beloved cousin Elymarie's memory for fighting lymphoma for a period of 11 years. Those were ardous years but she never allowed herself to become scared of the condition. Her courage gave us strength n created a better tight net relationship between us all. I love her so much. She is greatly missed
n she forever will be my super hero.
Honouring my mother, Linda, who passed away in November after fighting for four years with bladder cancer. It's one of the lesser known side effects of smoking. Everyone knows about lung and mouth cancers, but not many know about bladder cancer and how much it will change your life. Even survivors will never be the same. Love and miss you, Mom, I'm speaking out for you!
One of my best friends passed away Sunday evening from liver cancer. He was diagnosed in February of this year. It was one of the most happy, free spirited people you could ever know. When I found out, I broke down right on my bedroom floor. He didn't deserve this. Should still be living and smiling and happy with everybody that loves him. He's not. And there's nothing that will change that. But I can honor his memory and continue to donate what I can and support more funding and research to find a cute one day.
My father died of prostate cancer at 81. He had it for ten years. If I had known what I know now he would be alive. He had a car accident inaugust 3rd and the cancer that was encapsulado spread with the accident. It took the cancer 3 month to kill him. He left his body in november 17th late in the evening, 2006, I was working at the 18th Film Festival in Viña del mar Chile. Wasn`t there for his last breath, saw him on his hospital bed. He was a good man, totally dedicated to his family...
My father died of prostate cancer at 81. He had it for ten years. If I had known what I know now he would be alive. He had a car accident inaugust 3rd and the cancer that was encapsulado spread with the accident. It took the cancer 3 month to kill him. He left his body in november 17th late in the evening, 2006, I was working at the 18th Film Festival in Viña del mar Chile. Wasn`t there for his last breath, saw him on his hospital bed. He was a good man, totally dedicated to his family during those 10 years of cancer. I could only really cry a year later, when I just collapsed at the fact that my mother was in hospital for the same reason, apart from having to quit smoking. I started to study kinesiology in 2004 , motivated by his disease, I wanted to keep him alive the longest possible. I spent 10 years caring for him, trying to please him in every possible way. We talked a lot about his life , specially his sad childhood as an orfan. We never talked about the cancer itself.
I had lost my father to first pro
I had lost my Dad to stage four prostate cancer which had manifested to his bones. We lost him at age 79 just one month short of his 80th birthday.
My family has been and continues to be effected by cancer. In light of all this My family stays strong, united and is amazingly courageous.
I have had ENOUGH. PLEASE. Let's find a way to eradicate this terrible disease. It is enough. <3
In honor of my mother, my father in law and a mother in. Law who bravely fought. RIP, MOM.TUCK & JAJUAN
And to my wonderful aunt, she is a survivor, She is a winner and my hero. 15+ years. They are success stories and she is ours. I love you aunt Melba
I lost my husband at 47 to cancer, November 13,2013
Take encourage atten Pray and help other people with cancer
I lost my beloved Aunt to skin cancer. She was like my second mom. She was the best sister that my mom could have ever had. I miss both my mom and my aunt very much. She was 85 years young and I admire her strength through over the last few years.
I have a dear friend who has had breast cancer. She was 49 when she was diagnosed and she went through the surgery and chemo and was told she is cancer free, and at this point is told she is cancer free, thank goodness.