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For Those Who Need Hope

dietmarlh
Posts: 3
Joined: May 2014

I am a survivor of a GBN stage 4. It was Dec. of 2007 that I had the surgery then radiation and chemo. The chemo lasted 2 years. I do bi-yearly MRIs and I am 54 years old. “They” gave me 18 months and I will be grateful and excited to hit 7 years this December.

There is hope and God numbers our days!

Wendy22
Posts: 3
Joined: May 2014

Dietmarlh -

This is fantastic news, very happy you are doing well.  Your info above gives our family alot of hope and with our faith we are praying to be one of the grateful ones like you that out live the "death" time frame.  "They" also gave us 15-18 months

You are correct -- only God is the holder of our days!

Wishing you the best. 

Wendy

 

Angdeancc
Posts: 1
Joined: May 2014

Amazing...thanks for hope xxxx

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Gene Radcliffe
Posts: 4
Joined: Jul 2014

Good to hear, I need some hope. I am being told that I have five years if im lucky.

stevehartzler
Posts: 3
Joined: Jul 2014

My mother's glioblastoma surgery was Sept. '08. The doctors at the time didn't give us any reason to hope. Almost 6 years now, and still no sign of cancer. She's 75 years old.

mothersdaughter55
Posts: 5
Joined: Jul 2014

So fantastic!! I am so happy to hear about your super recovery <*** src="/sites/all/libraries/tinymce/jscripts/tiny_mce/plugins/emotions/***/smiley-smile****" alt="Smile" title="Smile" border="0" /> I can only hope my mother has similar outcome.

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