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In The Next Leg of My Journey, a sequel, Lenor engages the reader with the intimate and heart-wrenching details of the demise of her marriage, admitting that "losing her husband was worse than losing her leg." Committed to enjoying life, no matter what it brings, this remarkable story of learning to love again is amazingly uplifting, yet achingly honest. This is a story that will touch your soul.
Lenor Madruga on the morning of her 32nd birthday, discovered a small hard lumb on her thigh. It was bone cancer. (chondrosarcoma). Within a few nightmare months, she had barely saved her life - and lost her left leg.
Elizabeth was interviewed by the Lance Armstrong Foundation Livestrong Survivor's Stories about her chondrosarcoma survival.
Written in easy to understand language, this site answers questions regarding Chondrosarcoma in layperson's terms.
This is a support group for those with a diagnosis of Chondrosarcoma, for caregivers, and medical personnel and researchers who work with chondrosarcoma issues. Most activity in the group takes place online with emails back and forth among members. The group site also contains files, links, photos, etc.
One of the Internet's premier portals for information, encouragement, and support for those having or considering a bone marrow or stem cell transplant. Provides over 100 resources to help facilitate the patient's treatment and recovery process.
Mark Patton, "The World's Most Transplanted Person", has written this book to help anyone who is going to have or is considering a bone marrow or stem cell transplant. Mark has had five transplants over the past 14 years to treat his multiple myeloma.
There are now millions of transplant candidates in the U.S. Sadly, there are only around 50,000 of these procedures done each year. "Over 140 Things" shows patients how to find out if they are transplant candidates. It demystifies these procedures and lets patients look at transplants in a clear, objective manner. And, it explains how patients can take advantage of the enormous amount of resources available to facilitate their treatment and recovery.
The book is available on the Blood & Marrow Transplant Resources' Web site. The URL is www.BMTresources.org. It can also be purchased by sending a check or money order to: MGC Publications, 1208 E. Hermitage Rd., Bayside, WI 53217. The cost is $11.95, plus $3.50 shipping and handling. (Wisconsin residents please add 87 cents for sales tax.)
Institutions and organizations interested in purchasing the book in quantity should send an
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Over 140 Things" has been cited as a valuable resource by the American Cancer Society, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, The Bone Marrow Foundation, International Myeloma Foundation, Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups, Cancer Federation, and many, many more.
A story of a Woman with four children to care for and her seven Cancers.