D, drew reply by robin5 reply 742145 yesterday at 6:55 am report post congratulations and thanks for sharing- you continue to bring hope to many especially " newcomers" struggling with their new normal and you help all of us realize the possibilities. Reply by mojim reply 742166 yesterday at 7:59 am report post such wonderful news to share! Congrat's & many more to come for you! Am glad to have you as a "friend" & you truly are an inspiration for those of us in the early stages of this disease! And, thank you for continuing to post on this site. Too many leave this site after their surgery & have many years cancer free. We need more like you who keep coming back to share the fact that there is hope! Hugs, maureen reply by mccycle reply 742205 yesterday at 8:57 am report post that's such a wonderful milestone to celebrate! Many, many happy returns of cancer-free years! As of next month my husband will be a 12-year survivor (with a 6-month neobladder). Reply by lyke2travel reply 742213 yesterday at 9:12 am report post keep counting! Congrats! read more dui attorney illinois Lynda and kelly reply by carynlea reply 742292 yesterday at 10:48 am report post pam, it's amazing that i've seen your name change from 16, to 17, and now to 18yrsurvivor! You are an inspiration and a message of hope to us all! Congratulations, and i'm doing the happy dance in your honor! I'm grateful i get to call you my friend! Lo. See Radius at the Atlanta Gift Fair
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