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rogermoore
Posts: 265
Joined: Mar 2002

Let's all take a moment to thank the One above for allowing us to conquer this Horrible, Horrible, disease. During this special time of the year it is especially important that we give THANKS.

For those of you that have just been diagnosed, or are in a current battle may he give you the ability to make the right decisions(s) and the strength to conquer this obstacle of life.

Wishing each of you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. KEEP UP THE FAITH!

Sailor1988
Posts: 23
Joined: Dec 2002

Amen. Thank you again Roger, for your encouragement. As one that is struggling with the after-effects of surgery some of us need all the support and inspiration there is.

I want to add my wish of a Merry Christmas to all and may the new year grant you peace and good health.

jigsaw
Posts: 10
Joined: Sep 2002

Thanks for the message. Christmas is definitely a special time of the year, and we should all remember the reason we celebrate it in the first place. To celebrate the birth of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Through Christ, all things are possible, even beating cancer for many more years than doctors say is expected of you.

Merry Christmas to all cancer survivors and their families. Hope you all are able to enjoy Christmas and hope you all have a happy and blessed new year!

bertito
Posts: 14
Joined: Apr 2002

I am somehow late to wish a merry Christmas. It is not however too late to wish you a healthy 2003 and beyond. For those who have been recently diagnosed, you will be in my prayers. If rogermoore, others and I conquered this disease, so can you!!!! Stay in touch and keep the faith!!
Bertito

Louisianaaps
Posts: 6
Joined: Dec 2009

Thank you so much for those words of encouragement. My husband was diagnosed with Prostate cancer a few days before Thanksgiving. He is scheduled for radiation treatments in January. Please keep us in your prayers as we will keep you'll in ours. Have a blessed Holiday

jhagerup
Posts: 68
Joined: Oct 2009

Amen brother. The holidays and family mean so much more to me now. Puts everything in perspective.

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jminnj
Posts: 129
Joined: Nov 2009

Amen to that. When my doctor told me I had prostate cancer, he said not to look on it as the day you were diagnosed, but rather as the day that we saved your life. It puts a lot of things in perspective, and I don't sweat the little stuff anymore.

I wish everyone a very Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, Happy Holiday Season.

Joe

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