A Blog about Marco's Experience with a Rare and Aggressive Cancer
Checked out the new site. It is more personal. I think it's great! Looking forward to seeing you guys!!!Luv Ya! :)
I'm still trying to find it (the new site)! Waiting for an MRI. New mass. Barbara
Barbara, I hope the MRI comes back with good news for you. We know that waiting is the most intense of all feelings, but with a positive attitude you can take what lies ahead with a better understanding. You can click on the the Sarcoma Alliance hyperlink on the front of the blog and it will automatically take you to the new site.I WISH YOU THE BEST!
I recently had the type of cancer changed from mfh to a osteosarcoma after a lesion from my lung was compared to a sample from a past surgery of my humerus.
BernieI am so sorry to hear of your new diagnosis, it's hard to hear that one has to deal with a new issue being handed. I posted a letter from the magazine a couple of months ago from Coping Magazine and it was titled something like If Cancer was a gift I don't want it. Who in their right mind would think that cancer is a gift is beyond me. The only gift coming out of this disease is that everyone whom I've meet and spoken with at COH has the extreme gift of bravery, in many cases will power to live like I've never seen before. A persons smile is the most powerful thing I've ever seen ,even when you now that person is not looking or feeling good, the smile you give or they give you makes you feel like that you are in the right place for treatment and you can get through this no matter what.Bernie, positive thinking will pull you out of anything and make you feel better and it will lead you to the inner strength that lays on the surface within you. I wish all the best and may you enjoy your holidays with your loved ones. Having friends or family around are a great type of medicine too.
Hello. And Bye.
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