When I was diagnosed it was 1993 a report had just been issued by the National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project, and they had just produced the eight-year results of a study comparing
Survivorship to me means that I get a second chance. We had a lot of dreams about travel and career and family that we just put on hold. You hesitate to think about them because, in the back of your
Steven: Our son, Joshua, was seven years of age when he was diagnosed with high-grade non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, non-Burkitt’s type, a very aggressive and potentially lethal illness. We had been looking
I became a survivor in March 2001, when I was diagnosed with breast cancer for invasive ductal carcinoma.
I became a cancer survivor when I was diagnosed with small cell of the cervix with neuroendocrine features on May 20, 2003.
In 1985, I was diagnosed with testicular cancer. It seemed like the cancer was the minor issue. I turned out to be a one percentile as far as side effects from my surgery, and I’ve had major
I became a cancer survivor in 1997 when I was diagnosed with a squamous cell carcinoma, which began on my right tonsil, and by the time they found it, had bilaterally metastasized to both sides of my
I first became a cancer survivor in 1992, diagnosed with prostate cancer. My second cancer was five years later, diagnosed as colon cancer.
My doctor and I met before and after each of my treatments The week before my last scheduled treatment, he had told me that my two markers, my alphi protein levels, were well below what they needed to