This man survived osteosarcoma (so far) and brings some interesting perspective to how to prepare for and live with what feels like a death sentence (even if it isn't).
I'm creating this page to provide support for those who are going or have experienced any type of cancer but especially brain cancer known as "the silent killer". "I'm a Survivor"
One must not forget that recovery is brought about not by the physician, but by the sick man himself. He heals himself, by his own power, exactly as he walks by means of his own power, or eats, or thinks, breathes or sleeps. Let's keep fighting Cancer and never give up!! Please remember that "Every day that we challenge this cancer and survive is a victory for us"
I cannot say enough good things about Gilda's Club in NYC! Everyone there has been wonderful...if you are in NYC and cancer is affecting you I urge you to to contact Gilda's Club. There are programs, lectures, workshops, arts and crafts....Noogieland for kids, support groups. If you have cancer, if you are a caregiver for someone with cancer, someone dear to you has cancer....literally anyone touched by cancer is welcome and it's all free.
This is my page on the Colon Cancer Alliance page.
Retinoblastoma is a very helpful site in helping you to understand what Retinoblastoma is and how to get help inspite of the very rare disease.
American Cancer Society Relay for Life in Boston June 17th-18th, 2011
Friday night celebration of survivorship, dedication to caregivers and honoring those who have fought and moved on.
Great fun to raise money for ACS, and remember that cancer never sleeps.
I've begun posting my story on http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/bobbuford1 and welcome any who are interested to visit there.
My journey documented via video. I hope this can help anyone who is beginning their journey and wonder what it's going to be like.