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Andrew Neil Nov 14
I am officially “in remission”. I can now add to my resume. Peace out ✌️
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T. Cooper Hull Photo 11m
I haven’t had a full beard since before I had in 2012. I’ll be making a donation of a month’s worth of shaving supplies to 🪒 @ Charlotte, North…
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Reddz808 4h
Let's Chill And Have Fun Together :D Commands: !all
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writer sam Nov 14
I went for my ultrasound guided needle biopsy today only to discover there was nothing there to biopsy and everything looks reassuring! This means I'm just over one year NED!
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Russell Hartness Nov 12
Chemo Day 1 Time to and Chill Remember, Cancer never wins Broad shoulders I can carry this 💪 We beat it by how we live
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Reddz808 13h
The way I found out I had Stage 4 cancer was purely accidental, I just had a hunch something was wrong and it turns out it was that. If you haven't already, please go do a full body check up on yourself and your loved ones. Cause honestly,
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Christina Marie 🧝🏼‍♀️✨ Nov 12
Noah smiled for the first time in 9 months, he even giggled! This is why I haven’t been on. Moments like these where I’m grateful to be present for and I’m grateful to see the day this happened. Never thought I would. 😍♥️ 💛
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Brandi King 2h
Iron infusion today...mini photoshoot Monday! Scroll to see more of me! @ San Antonio Military Medical Center-SAMMC
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Bren Martin 3h
Woman Creates Henna Crowns for Cancer Survivors via
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Lorraine Hickman 22h
One year ago today, I evicted a kidney and it’s “squatter,” a very rude malignant tumor. And with that, I became cancer-free. Eternally grateful to family, friends, and medical team for their love and care. 💚
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Christina Marie 🧝🏼‍♀️✨ Nov 15
Replying to @krissykat814
He still has a long way before he could be considered a long term survivor but this picture speaks 1000 words to me and my family and has so much meaning. I love his team and I’m so grateful for everything they’ve done for Noah 💛🙏🏼
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Dispatch Demon Nov 14
Milestone passed in my recovery: last abdominal drainage tube removed. Yeah!
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Cancer Support DE 3h
knows that one of the most important parts of someone’s cancer journey is having support from their caregiver. To find out about the programs we provide for caregivers to help them in their crucial role please check our website.
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Ashley 🎗 Nov 14
Every once in awhile when I’m feeling down or defeated I rewatch when I rang the bell after my last treatment. I’m a damn warrior and nothing can defeat me.
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Karen Seabolt 23h
Banning flavors on a 95% safer alternative to smoking is ridiculous. If kids don't get what they want they move on to something else. Do you want that to be cigarettes? Cancer causing CIGARETTES?
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Pretty Wellness 4h
Looking for some of my words of wisdom...or just some healthy living thoughts monthly. Check out November's - and sign up:
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PeopleFirstMobility 4h
Replying to @TejLalvani
Hi it means fighting against all odds that are thrown ur way, mine include depression, emotional abuse, divorce, losing members of the family tragically and then dealing with cancer, today I have been discharged from oncology xx
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Michael Perkins (Texan By Choice) 3h
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Low-Knee Nov 16
My sister is a boss!
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Paul Democritou Nov 16
Message me if you are fighting cancer. I would like to send you a book I wrote while fighing cancer myself for you
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