Race for the Cure

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  1. God Bless each and every person involved with this walk and any other aspect of this dreaded disease . My Sister had Breast Cancer and is now “LIVING” with terminal bone cancer …So many young people of today are always talking about their “heros” the football players , the baseball players ….MY Hero is My Sister Sharon who has been fighting to stay alive for almost 13 years now . God is watching over her and I am blessed she is still in my world and she will always be in my heart . Please give folks , whatever you can to this cause …We so need to find the cause , then I am sure a cure can’t be far behind . Thanks for listening ! God Bless !

    Comment by Carol Smith — November 16, 2011 @ 9:04 pm

  2. I was diagnosed in February of this year with Stage 4 Lobular Breast Cancer found from the biopsy after having a hysterectomy. I had mammograms faithfully but Lobular does not detect on mammograms. After completing the neccesary PET scans, bone scan, brain scan, MRIs, ultrasounds it was detected that I had a 9 cm breast tumor and numerous leisons in my bones. I underwent a double mastectomy 2 weeks ago and have recovered well. I have my faith in GOD to get me through this journey. It is never easy to deal with a davastating disease as cancer but you just have to keep your faith and positive attitude to get you through each step of the journey. I walked in a 5K Susan G Komen walk for the cure here in Virginia Beach in September. I was honored to be part of the effort to find a cure for the cause. There has to be an end to this disease and give many a chance at a long life and victorious survival! GODs blessing to all that are affected by cancer and are actively involved in finding a cure. I stand encouraged and faithful.

    Comment by Deb Stanley — November 17, 2011 @ 3:13 am

  3. Read about my friend, jeanine, who is a breast cancer survivor, who started an organization Little Pink Houses of Hope. The organization sponsors families for beach retreats in the SE. My book, just released, ENCOUNTERS: Beyond Logic has a story about how her purpose was revealed to her. jws

    Comment by Judy Simmon — November 22, 2011 @ 5:02 pm

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    Comment by Judy Simmon — November 22, 2011 @ 5:03 pm

  5. In 2004 I had breast cancer. God blessed me and I had a lumpectomy and radiation treatments. It was a long and tiring process but I am still here. Then in April 2011 my 46 year daughter was diagonsed with breast cancer. She ended up having to have her breast removed. She has had so many problems along the way and it has been very hard. She had her 11th surgery last week. She has one proble after another but we are so greatful that she is still alive and it is looking very good. We have to find a cure for cancer soon. It is getting worse and worse.

    Comment by Suzanne Anderson — December 11, 2011 @ 5:47 am

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