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Bethany Meissner
I love adoptable pets, social justice, and community building. I'm fighting stage iv metastatic cancer and believe love, hope, and science lead to miracles.
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Abraham M. Denmark Oct 1
The should release footage of this and other incidents to show the world the irresponsibility and lack of professionalism from the PLA Navy, and to demonstrate U.S. resolve to nevertheless operate wherever international law allows.
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Bethany Meissner Oct 1
We love you and he seemed perfect for you.
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Ronit A Dancis רונית אביבה Oct 1
Retweeting again because this is so important.
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Bethany Meissner Oct 1
Replying to @MollyCallahan11
Thank you!
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Patients Rising Now Oct 1
“...this policy change is gross affront to America’s sickest Medicare patients living w/ diseases like inflammatory arthritis & cancer – who depend on timely access to safe, affordable & high-quality treatments” says President David Daikh
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Bethany Meissner Oct 1
Replying to @rjritzel
*hug* I'm so sorry it's so hard :(
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Bethany Meissner Oct 1
On a personal level, aside from the massive community good you do, yu have been one of the people I believe God has worked through to make the last three years bearable for and me.
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Bethany Meissner Oct 1
For what it's worth, you would be very welcome at Grace. & I would love to take you some Sunday if you ever want. I can also understand not being interested if places were less than awesome after you came out. I'm sorry they made you feel unwelcome.
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Lazarex Cancer Fdn Oct 1
“Cancer affects everyone, whether they’re poor, whether they’re rich, whether they’re black or white, whether they’re close or far away” - John DiPersio of See how Siteman is increasing diversity in clinical trials here:
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Maria Popova Oct 1
"As long as there is one upright man, as long as there is one compassionate woman, the contagion may spread and the scene is not desolate." E.B. White died on this day in 1985 and left us this extraordinary letter to a man who had lost faith in humanity:
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Bethany Meissner Oct 1
Replying to @aka_tk
Congrats!!
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Joe Biden Oct 1
Dr. James Allison and Dr. Tasuku Honjo’s immunotherapy discovery uses our own body’s defenses to destroy cancer. Today’s award is a significant leap toward ending cancer as we know it and paving the path to a cure. Congratulations and thank you.
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kevinconroy Oct 1
Calling all UX + creative designers - come work with our small but mighty team to make the world a little bit better every day.
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Cancer and Careers Oct 1
The application period for our 2018 Professional Development Micro-Grant is open TODAY! This program offers patients & survivors financial assistance to acquire or advance job-related skills. For more info & to apply by 11/11:
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Bethany Meissner Oct 1
I extra love this because sunflowers are often a symbol of the fight to survive sarcomas. Today my sarcoma cancer is making breathing difficult so I need physical strength to breathe and spiritual stremgth to hope for a clinical trial to find a cure.
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Writer's Digest Oct 1
DEADLINE TODAY: We’re on the look out for poems of all styles—rhyming, free verse, haiku, and more—for the 13th Annual Writer’s Digest Poetry Awards! Enter any poem 32 lines or less for your chance to win $1,000 in cash:
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Bennington MFA Oct 1
Call for submissions: is seeking literary fiction, either novels or short story collections, ONLY by D/deaf and/or disabled women. Deadline November 30, 2018 with projected publication date of May 2020.
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Bethany Meissner Oct 1
Replying to @Bethanylcm
Seriously, it sounds shallow but looking like a normal cute thirtysomething rather than just a super ill patient makes chemo days suck a little less.
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Bethany Meissner Oct 1
Nothing like your pulmonologist saying "nope, that's not psychosomatic. That's a real thing that has been proven to help."
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Bethany Meissner Oct 1
Replying to @aka_tk
Thank you so much for celebrating
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