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  1. Undbiter65's Avatar
    I am so sorry for your loss! Wish there were more to say but not much else I can say except ((((hugs))))

    Thanks for sharing here!
    Sometimes it's all people really need. Time to grief and people who are supportive.

    "If you can't soar with the eagles, then don't fly with the flock!" (BBM#18)
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    10-10-13 06:11 PM
  2. CJH315's Avatar
    God Bless you all. My mom and sister have battled it and survived. It's been a while now and no signs of it returning.

    It was long, stressful months. My prayers go out to those in our CrackBerry family who are fighting it now or to their friends and family who may be fighting the disease.



    Posted via my Zee 10
    10-10-13 06:25 PM
  3. CJH315's Avatar
    My god! Hugs all around to my CrackBerry family.

    Go to the doctor! Get your regular checkups. Do it for yourself and your loved ones. possibly catch it in time.


    Posted via my Zee 10
    10-10-13 06:31 PM
  4. Its Spade's Avatar
    Hugs all around Karen!!!

    Member of Squircle of Trust!
    10-10-13 06:33 PM
  5. Its Spade's Avatar
    My uncle died of pancreatic cancer, my dad beat an eye cancer my grandmother beat breast cancer..

    Member of Squircle of Trust!
    10-10-13 07:30 PM
  6. moody's Avatar
    Wow Spade that's awesome about your dad and grandma! I'm so sorry about your uncle.
    10-10-13 09:29 PM
  7. moody's Avatar
    Hugs all around Karen!!!

    Member of Squircle of Trust!
    Back at you Spade
    10-10-13 09:29 PM
  8. shaleem's Avatar
    God Bless you all. I've lost friends, and recently, two aunts to cancer. When you lose someone you love, it's as if a piece of you dies with them.
    moody, 3hb78ftg, kbz1960 and 2 others like this.
    10-11-13 02:02 PM
  9. hamsterwheel's Avatar
    God Bless you all. I've lost friends, and recently, two aunts to cancer. When you lose someone you love, it's as if a piece of you dies with them.
    Sorry for you losses. I agree with you. When I lost my mom, a whole piece of me died. Never been the same since.
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    10-11-13 03:02 PM
  10. moody's Avatar
    Sorry for you losses. I agree with you. When I lost my mom, a whole piece of me died. Never been the same since.
    When my mother-in-law died I found out that the more that time passed the worse it got. It took me four years before I could go to their house and not cry while I was there.
    10-11-13 09:42 PM
  11. Undbiter65's Avatar
    When my mother-in-law died I found out that the more that time passed the worse it got. It took me four years before I could go to their house and not cry while I was there.
    :hug: Moody! Stay strong! You too Hamster!

    "If you can't soar with the eagles, then don't fly with the flock!" (BBM#18)
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    10-11-13 09:43 PM
  12. Undbiter65's Avatar
    Something strange happened today. Remember I'd told you all my grandmother had recently learned she had cancer? Well the doctor ordered another test for some reason and it turns out she does NOT have cancer! Good news of course! But strange

    "If you can't soar with the eagles, then don't fly with the flock!" (BBM#18)
    10-11-13 09:45 PM
  13. stackberry369's Avatar
    Something strange happened today. Remember I'd told you all my grandmother had recently learned she had cancer? Well the doctor ordered another test for some reason and it turns out she does NOT have cancer! Good news of course! But strange

    "If you can't soar with the eagles, then don't fly with the flock!" (BBM#18)
    thank goodness they hadn't started chemo:it probably would have killed her.



    Sent from my BlackBerry 9930 using Tapatalk
    10-11-13 09:55 PM
  14. styleskey's Avatar
    Cancer sucks!!-img_00000898.png


    Everything I do is in your memory, I love you, I miss you, and I will see you again one day. This is my prayer



    Please stay strong everyone and never keep fighting for the ones we love

    Posted via CB10
    10-12-13 05:00 PM
  15. amazinglygraceless's Avatar
    Moody, thanks for this thread and may G_d bless you.
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    10-12-13 05:24 PM
  16. amazinglygraceless's Avatar
    My uncle died of pancreatic cancer, my dad beat an eye cancer my grandmother beat breast cancer..
    God Bless you all. I've lost friends, and recently, two aunts to cancer. When you lose someone you love, it's as if a piece of you dies with them.
    Thanked because I just couldn't bring myself to "like" a loss
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    10-12-13 05:27 PM
  17. moody's Avatar
    Everything I do is in your memory, I love you, I miss you, and I will see you again one day. This is my prayer



    Please stay strong everyone and never keep fighting for the ones we love

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    Ok, tissue alert. That made me cry! I am soooo sorry for your loss!! (((((((HUGS)))))))
    10-12-13 05:35 PM
  18. Jamie Wooten's Avatar
    It just seems appropriate to start this thread this month.

    I'm a 5 year cancer survivor myself. Yep I was unknowingly initiated into the Pink Ribbon Sorority 2/1/2008.

    Treatments may end but security never returns. Remission is never guaranteed.

    If you are going through treatment, in remission, are a care giver, have a loved one going through cancer or have lost a loved one to this disease, feel free to share your story here.

    And send me a PM if you would like to form a BBM cancer group.

    May God Bless us all!
    If you were to start a BBM group I'd like to be apart. I was diagnosed with stage 3C colon cancer at the age of 34. Went through 6 months of chemo and 31 radiation treatments. Thankfully my wife and children were very supportive. Going on 2 years cancer free!!

    Posted via CB10
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    10-12-13 05:37 PM
  19. moody's Avatar
    If you were to start a BBM group I'd like to be apart. I was diagnosed with stage 3C colon cancer at the age of 34. Went through 6 months of chemo and 31 radiation treatments. Thankfully my wife and children were very supportive. Going on 2 years cancer free!!

    Posted via CB10
    Send me an invite then I'll form a group! 3343fde8
    10-12-13 05:41 PM
  20. Undbiter65's Avatar
    Moody you should REALLY edit your OP and warn people not to enter this thread if they don't have a box of tissues at hand!

    "If you can't soar with the eagles, then don't fly with the flock!" (BBM#18)
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    10-12-13 05:51 PM
  21. moody's Avatar
    Moody you should REALLY edit your OP and warn people not to enter this thread if they don't have a box of tissues at hand!

    "If you can't soar with the eagles, then don't fly with the flock!" (BBM#18)
    No KIDDING!! Every post has made me tear up!!
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    10-12-13 06:07 PM
  22. john_v's Avatar
    Tomorrow we have to take my ten year old to a tumor specialist. A couple weeks ago he broke his arm, and an MRI revealed what they are calling for now a "bone tumor".

    Needless to say it's been a rough couple of weeks waiting for this appointment as they won't tell us anything.

    Interesting how something like this changes your perspective. Last week I was at Five Below picking up some things, and at the register the girl asked if I wanted to donate to their St Jude's fundraising drive. Reflexively I said no, as money is tight. In that split second I looked down at the card she was holding out and the kid on it looked the same age as my son, and his diagnosis said "bone tumor". Needless to say I made a donation that night.

    You never want to see the word tumor, but when it's your own kid, well, it's so much harder.


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    10-16-13 10:22 PM
  23. Undbiter65's Avatar
    Tomorrow we have to take my ten year old to a tumor specialist. A couple weeks ago he broke his arm, and an MRI revealed what they are calling for now a "bone tumor".

    Needless to say it's been a rough couple of weeks waiting for this appointment as they won't tell us anything.

    Interesting how something like this changes your perspective. Last week I was at Five Below picking up some things, and at the register the girl asked if I wanted to donate to their St Jude's fundraising drive. Reflexively I said no, as money is tight. In that split second I looked down at the card she was holding out and the kid on it looked the same age as my son, and his diagnosis said "bone tumor". Needless to say I made a donation that night.

    You never want to see the word tumor, but when it's your own kid, well, it's so much harder.


    Sent from my iPhone 5
    God. That's horrible. Disease is bad at any age. But there I just something much more....unfair to it when the victim is young. Hope your boy gets better man. Stay strong and may God bless you.

    "If you can't soar with the eagles, then don't fly with the flock!" (BBM#18)
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    10-16-13 10:51 PM
  24. moody's Avatar
    Tomorrow we have to take my ten year old to a tumor specialist. A couple weeks ago he broke his arm, and an MRI revealed what they are calling for now a "bone tumor".

    Needless to say it's been a rough couple of weeks waiting for this appointment as they won't tell us anything.

    Interesting how something like this changes your perspective. Last week I was at Five Below picking up some things, and at the register the girl asked if I wanted to donate to their St Jude's fundraising drive. Reflexively I said no, as money is tight. In that split second I looked down at the card she was holding out and the kid on it looked the same age as my son, and his diagnosis said "bone tumor". Needless to say I made a donation that night.

    You never want to see the word tumor, but when it's your own kid, well, it's so much harder.


    Sent from my iPhone 5
    OMG! John!! I am praying that MRI is wrong. And I'm praying if it is right, that is was a God thing your son broke his arm so that this tumor could be reveal.

    Funny thing about cancer, it's a silent killer. Being found early gives the highest probability for remission! I know b/c mine was found in a routine test, early. Few months would have changed my prognosis significantly.

    I also understand your despair over your child being in a life/death battle. A year into my treatments my daughter got really sick too. ( She was in 7th grade). We spent 10 days in Scottish Rite in Atlanta, she was in critical condition and almost died right there in front of me with nothing I could do.

    Though I know it wasn't God's will for her to be so sick, I know it was God's will for her to be in the room next to the helicopter pad. Helicopters would land all through the night and I would hear them and begin to pray for the child, their family, the staff/dr.'s etc.

    We ended up having to take her to Wake Forrest Univ medical school. Where, praise God, they were able to diagnose and treat successfully.

    Today she is a senior in high school and absolutely beautiful inside and out.

    I'm praying for your son to be healed and for all of you to be strong while God does His thing.

    Please come back and tell us how he is.

    Please feel free to add me to your BBM 3343fde8 I'd love to be there for you as you go through this

    God Bless your son and you!!

    CANCER SUCKS!!
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    10-17-13 06:39 AM
  25. john_v's Avatar
    OMG! John!! I am praying that MRI is wrong. And I'm praying if it is right, that is was a God thing your son broke his arm so that this tumor could be reveal.

    Funny thing about cancer, it's a silent killer. Being found early gives the highest probability for remission! I know b/c mine was found in a routine test, early. Few months would have changed my prognosis significantly.

    I also understand your despair over your child being in a life/death battle. A year into my treatments my daughter got really sick too. ( She was in 7th grade). We spent 10 days in Scottish Rite in Atlanta, she was in critical condition and almost died right there in front of me with nothing I could do.

    Though I know it wasn't God's will for her to be so sick, I know it was God's will for her to be in the room next to the helicopter pad. Helicopters would land all through the night and I would hear them and begin to pray for the child, their family, the staff/dr.'s etc.

    We ended up having to take her to Wake Forrest Univ medical school. Where, praise God, they were able to diagnose and treat successfully.

    Today she is a senior in high school and absolutely beautiful inside and out.

    I'm praying for your son to be healed and for all of you to be strong while God does His thing.

    Please come back and tell us how he is.

    Please feel free to add me to your BBM 3343fde8 I'd love to be there for you as you go through this

    God Bless your son and you!!

    CANCER SUCKS!!
    I don't have BBM right now but if BBRY gets out soon I definitely will add you.
    Thanks for your prayers. I'm standing out on the porch right now watching it rain...feels like it's going to be a long day.


    Sent from my iPhone 5
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    10-17-13 06:48 AM
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