1 year cancer free

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1 year cancer free

by luvliving on Fri Oct 23, 2009 05:27 PM

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Hello everyone, I just wanted to give some incouragement to others who are fighting this cancer. I was dx t3 last july and had surgery in November after chemo and radiation. My one year scan was clean. I have gotten alot of my positive outlook from people on this site and still do, so I wanted to give some back. My life is very good, back to work and looking forward to more good things ahead. For those struggling I can say from experience that we can have a good quality of life it just takes God,time, family,friends and alot of hard work.. Keep a smile on your face as much as possible and God bless you all .  Bill

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by Stacey19 on Fri Oct 23, 2009 07:33 PM

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Bill,

Fantastic news!  Congratulations!  God bless you and I wish you many many many more years of clean scans!

Be well!

-Stacey

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by Phil_A on Fri Oct 23, 2009 09:52 PM

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COngratulations Bill !!!! I am glad to hear your great news. I will be hitting my 2nd year in two months. I wish you nothing but NED and continued healthy reports.  Phil A

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by MariaL on Fri Oct 23, 2009 10:26 PM

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Bill,

Congratulations on your 1 year anniversary!  This EC board also helps to keep me positive as I go through this journey with my husband.  He was diagnosed 3/08 with Stage 3 EC and immediately had surgery at that time followed by chemo which ended in 7/08 and so far so good.  He has a CT scan coming up on 11/12 and will find out the results a week later.  I plan on posting the good news at that time.

When we were new to all of this a little over a year ago, it was so helpful for me get the information and support I neded from this board to ease our fears.  I must admit I still have down days even though we have had nothing but clear scans but when I read positive results, such as yours, it changes my outlook.

Maria

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by Cyclist on Sat Oct 24, 2009 10:02 AM

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Congratulations, Bill. I'm sure you'll have many more clean scans in years to come.

Good Luck, KEEP MOVING, and Laugh Much,

Steve

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by tongrenhealer on Sat Oct 24, 2009 11:30 AM

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Thank you for sharing your wonderful news! May you have many more.

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by doingfine on Sat Oct 24, 2009 05:35 PM

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Congratulations and best wishes for many more "good" quality of life years.  Our lives will never be quite the same, but they surely can be good and productive after EC.  I am so happy to hear your news and share the thoughts and prayers for your continued success in being "cancer free". 

Barbara

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by Betty_in_Vegas on Mon Oct 26, 2009 02:36 AM

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Love hearing from folks when they are celebrating milestones...it is so nice that you come back to report.  Thank you and congratulations!

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by Vixens on Thu Oct 29, 2009 03:49 AM

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On Oct 23, 2009 5:27 PM luvliving wrote:

Hello everyone, I just wanted to give some incouragement to others who are fighting this cancer. I was dx t3 last july and had surgery in November after chemo and radiation. My one year scan was clean. I have gotten alot of my positive outlook from people on this site and still do, so I wanted to give some back. My life is very good, back to work and looking forward to more good things ahead. For those struggling I can say from experience that we can have a good quality of life it just takes God,time, family,friends and alot of hard work.. Keep a smile on your face as much as possible and God bless you all .  Bill

Congratulations!! I haven't figured out how one person survives and another like my husband doesn't. I had prayed,,, etc.. I am just happy that other people DO. It is a very horrible disease..  My husband was a very strong believer in God, me, too. I just want others to know that sometimes, no matter what we do or believe,,, it is our time to go.  I used to feel guilty that I didn't pray or believe enough, i still do,, but it isn't true....Lucky you! Enjoy your life!

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by luvliving on Fri Oct 30, 2009 11:26 PM

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Thank you and God bless you. I still wonder why im still here and others are not but i believe that God has a plan for me and im listening and trying to make a positive difference in other peoples lifes before i have to go. Keep up your faith and some day we will all know why.

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