A Year and a Half after Brain Surgery

A Year and a Half after Brain Surgery

Doing quite well! Here I am with my hubby in July 2017.

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You look like you are doing quite well. I am glad for you. Good to see you living life.
Thanks, Deborah.
You look amazing! Gorgeous.
You look great. so happy for you. nice legs :)
Haha. Thanks, Laurie!
You look great! Thanks for posting this picture - it's an encouragement to all of us who are fighting cancer!
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Thanks, Jane! I'm glad.
Hi! You look good Palp. I concur with Laurie, nice legs, shaped like dancer's legs. Stay well.
Funny. Thanks, Marcia! I guess they're yoga legs... :)
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You look AWESOME!!!
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Vital Info


July 10, 2011

Ontario, Canada

June 15, 1976

Cancer Info

Ovarian Cancer

June 28, 2011

Stage 4

over 6.1

Grade 3


The losses of my future and a good deal of my present.

You are as much about what you don't do as what you do.

You all do it. :)

Complementary therapies of massage, acupuncture, diet, meditation, yoga, tai chi, prayer, and naturopathic medicine.

supraclavicular (aka scalene) lymph nodes, both right and left; pelvic, abdominal lymph nodes; fallopian tube. Brain 2016. Para aortic lymph nodes 2018.

They all want my tissue.

The gift of your presence is especially important.

Seek out all possible solutions.

Accept all the love and support that comes your way and marvel.

November 23, 2011

April 11, 2012

Twice so far.

I found a lump in my neck above my collarbone, and I had been having shortness of breath when speaking and exercising. Also tightness of upper chest when exercising.

TBD, Feb 2016 - Brain

Ovarian Cancer Walk of Hope http://my.e2rm.com/personalPage.aspx?registrationID=1242519&langPref=en-CA&Referrer=http%3a%2f%2fovariancanada.org%2fWalk-of-Hope%2fHome


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