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Me ... on dialysis

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Hopes and Prayers

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How cute......best friends.

These are my two boys Sid(gray) and Dewey(orange), they are the best of friends and are constantly together. I thought this was a really cute shot. Eileen

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Me and my Jason

This is my husband Jason. He was so kind, patient and supportive through my whole cancer diagnosis, treatment and the long road of recovery. I am so lucky to have such a good and loving guy. God is good and has blessed me with an angel to spend my life with. Eileen

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A lotus flower tattoo to symbolize making it through my cancer journey.

I got this tattoo last summer(August 2008)and I really love it. Every time I look at it I am reminded that I made it through the nightmare of breast cancer treatment and I conquered my fear of the tattoo gun! I can't wait to get another.....Eileen

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Chemo curls going...........

This picture was taken last summer(2008) and it had been a really nice day spent with family and friends. My little Dewey was being really cute and I scooped him up and asked my husband to snap a picture of us:0)

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Eileen's chemo curls with little Bianca......February 2008

This was my first picture on this site. That seems like a long time ago....This site and all the friends I have made here have been such a blessing. Eileen

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Myself and my twin girls

Surviving Mom's Cancer

By NIYAZ PIRANI
The Orange County Register

I was pacing back and forth on the same five-foot length of sidewalk. My friend was waiting for me inside a Mexican restaurant. My enchiladas were getting cold.

"They can't do anything?" I frantically asked.

"Nope," she said. The voice coming through the line was a mix of resignation, frustration, anger and sadness. "They're not giving me the transplant. They've taken me off the list."

She was crying. I never cry. But it didn't mean the truth hadn't hit me just as hard.

She had cancer. And it was going to kill us.

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When you're little, you think your parents are invincible. For as long as I can remember my mom, Sharon Louise Rubio, was sick somehow. But she always beat it, and in my mind that equated to her having a big Superman "S" on her chest.

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