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Welcome, @usafroggie – Please let us know if you need help maneuvering through the site. Best!
@bmcneese – Thank you so much for sharing. I wish you the best, and that you stay in remission more years to come. Best!
Hello @mert – Great! So happy you’re doing well. Best!
Welcome, @waynenorman Hope you had a great day!
@nichola75 – Happy Face 🙂
@ronnigordon – so sorry to hear. I can relate, there’s a few I’ve met that have lost their battle.
Thank you both. I have read the suggested articles.
@bmcneese Thank YOU for sharing your story. We love it here when people take the time. I am going through lymphoma myself right now and actually have chemo tomorrow. Attitude is always a huge part of any illness, and I have seen some mind-over-matter incidents that would boggle the mind. It sounds like you’ve got a good outlook, though, so…
@Cheryl It is extremely common, and something I think all of us experience at some point. As Anthony said you can check out my article Outrunning Fatigue and it should help to put things in perspective. Just keep in mind no one can do more than they can do, and some days you just won’t be able to. Be fine with it, I know, easier said than done,…
@crystal_hu I know you’ll cross that finish line both figuratively and literally, and it’s gonna feel great. So what you had to take a two year pause, you are ready to hit play again and it’s gonna be rockin.’ “…and another adventure begins” – something I say to myself any time something happens, good or bad, because it’s true. Another one…
My name is Becky and I am a Registered Nurse. In July of 2013, I was diagnosed with Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia at the age of 47. After a month of daily chemotherapy, I was in remission. I then did maintenance […]