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  • Shereeclint has replied to a post on the message board

    Hi there, Statistics tell us that 1 out of every 2 males will develop cancer in their lifetime. I come from a family in which there are, or were, 4 males, my father and 3 boys. 2 contracted cancer, my father and my middle brother, Stan. Both succumbed to this beast. So far, the statistics are right on... Stan contracted throat cancer and underwent a barbaric regimen of 3 chemo & 35 radiation treatments, at the ...

    December 20 at 10:34 PM view post
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      Hi Kelly, You are never alone and you are never forgotten. Remember this, GOD loves you and your Mom. You both are his daughters. Unfortunately, we tend to let the world’s concerns crowd out our best friend. Jesus said “I will never leave you or forsake you.” If we were honest, we would probably respond to that statement like this. “That’s great Jesus, however I am a little busy ...

      March 17, 2018 view post
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        Hi Colin (and Joyce) I do not visit this site as much as I used to, however, for whatever reason, I saw your thread. Reading your give and take made me stop and thank our Lord. All healing comes from GOD (even doctors who are enlightened will tell you that). Colin, it is refreshing to hear someone readily admit their guilt for sin, however I agree with Joyce that this is both a non-starter and can become a source ...

        January 25, 2018 view post
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          Hi Kevin, My name is Clint. I am familiar with the path you now find yourself on. In 2013, my brother Stan contracted stage 4 throat cancer. At the 4-year mark, it returned. Like you, the area around the primary tumor on his neck became rock hard.  I visited Stan in early June and during my stay his condition started to change dramatically. His tongue became paralyzed and his swallowing became impaired. Stan...

          December 29, 2017 view post
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            Hi JJ, Your heartfelt plea is so hard to pass by. Recently, I lost my brother to this nasty beast called cancer. The last time I saw him alive he was still in the stage of denial. Everyone deals with end of life issues in different ways, the point being that there is no right or wrong. At one point I blurted out. “You know Stan, you do not have a soul.” He looked at me as if perplexed. After a long ...

            November 29, 2017 view post
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              Good morning,  Several months ago my brother's fight against this beast called cancer came to an end. When he passed, his wife called and said, "Stan's gone." Unfortunately she does not walk with the Lord, so I quietly added "Stan's gone home." Knowing that she did not know what I meant, I later sat down and gobbled together the following. I hope it brings you some peace concerning your mother's passing. Sh...

              November 29, 2017 view post
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                Hi Jackie, Do you remember when you first appeared on to the Stage of Life? Probably not, however, like it or not we will all someday walk off the other end. When we are well, most of us do not even give that a thought. Then we get the news, or our families get the news, if it happens suddenly. It is in times like this that the end of the stage seems ominously close. You appear to be a fighter, by the tone of your...

                November 09, 2017 view post
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                  Kcraeton, I lost my brother to this awful disease 5 weeks ago. Unlike your husband, my brother Stan had several years before it came back with a vengeance, however his ability to taste food never came back which made keeping his weight a daily challenge. This is a brutal form of cancer and the side effects are horrendous.    My sister in law does not walk in Faith, which made it doubly difficult as Stan n...

                  November 09, 2017 view post
                  • Shereeclint has replied to a post on the message board

                    Hi Sister 58, I am neither a cancer patient (yet) or a caregiver, however we do have several things in common. I see that you have met Diana (Dlynn 1210). She is a truly remarkable person and her advice and words of encouragement assisted me greatly as our story has rolled out. My brother was diagnosed with stage 4 throat cancer in 2013. He underwent 33 treatments of radiation and 3 by chemo. And, like your broth...

                    September 18, 2017 view post
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                      By the tone of some of the responses to this tread, I get the impression that there is some serious skepticism towards the health insurance industry. We must remember that insurance is a bet. In this case, the insurance company wages a bet on few and far between claims and we bet against the possible financial ruin that a catastrophic claim can bring to our finances. The insurance companies rule this space. Califor...

                      August 10, 2017 view post
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                      About shereeclint

                      Caregiver
                      Head and Neck Cancer
                      After Treatment, Alternative Treatments, Cancer Nutrition, Cancer Treatments, Diet, Side Effects

                      My younger brother Stan(Age 56)was diagnosed on Oct 6, 2013 with Stage 4 Oropharyngeal Cancer
                      In God and His Son Jesus Christ I trust

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