Adult Survivors Of Childhood Cancers Group in Houston

longtermsurvivo
longtermsurvivo Member Posts: 12
edited March 2014 in Childhood Cancers #1
It well be survivor help survivor. People who understand what it like ti be a survivor. Please no Doctor or medical person or parent. You input please.
Your long term survivor 38yr.

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  • Dear longtermsurvivo,

    The Cancer Survivors Network is here for Surivors such as yourself to find other surviors to share experiences and support each other. The discussion groups and chat room are just one place to do this in the CSN community. You can also find out about other survivors, read their stories and listen to them talking about their experiences in the "Talk Shows and Stories" section in the left column of any CSN page. Another way to find Survivors like yourself, and communicate with them, is to search for Survivors of Childhood cancer in the "Personal Web-pages" section where members have posted information and stories about themselves. CSN's resource library also offers alot of information, relevant links, and reading material for cancer survivors which you may find useful. If you want to speak with a trained cancer information specialist regarding any questions, please call the American Cancer Society's help-line at 1800-ACS-2345.

    Please feel free to email us directly if you have any further concerns or questions. Thank you for joining the Cancer Survivors Network.

    Subuhi Asheer
    CSN staff
    [email protected]
  • chris1964
    chris1964 Member Posts: 2
    I am 38 years old and have been in remission since 1977. I had Hodgkin's Disease that was diagnosed in stage 3B in 1974. I am now married and have 2 daughters.
    I still have complications with a compromised immune system due to spleenectomy and some other issues. Life is good however and I never take a moment for granted.
  • longtermsurvivo
    longtermsurvivo Member Posts: 12
    chris1964 said:

    I am 38 years old and have been in remission since 1977. I had Hodgkin's Disease that was diagnosed in stage 3B in 1974. I am now married and have 2 daughters.
    I still have complications with a compromised immune system due to spleenectomy and some other issues. Life is good however and I never take a moment for granted.

    Please take the time to thank God not the doctor for your time on earth. Doctor are not gods there people made by God to help us.
  • longtermsurvivo
    longtermsurvivo Member Posts: 12
    unknown said:

    Dear longtermsurvivo,

    The Cancer Survivors Network is here for Surivors such as yourself to find other surviors to share experiences and support each other. The discussion groups and chat room are just one place to do this in the CSN community. You can also find out about other survivors, read their stories and listen to them talking about their experiences in the "Talk Shows and Stories" section in the left column of any CSN page. Another way to find Survivors like yourself, and communicate with them, is to search for Survivors of Childhood cancer in the "Personal Web-pages" section where members have posted information and stories about themselves. CSN's resource library also offers alot of information, relevant links, and reading material for cancer survivors which you may find useful. If you want to speak with a trained cancer information specialist regarding any questions, please call the American Cancer Society's help-line at 1800-ACS-2345.

    Please feel free to email us directly if you have any further concerns or questions. Thank you for joining the Cancer Survivors Network.

    Subuhi Asheer
    CSN staff
    [email protected]

    DearAsheer
    You sound like a cancer reject or a mouth peace for csn or some dem-crap goverment dept.

    Keep it up one day some one will believe you.
    Like B.S. file. Trust no one!!
  • bkirk
    bkirk Member Posts: 3

    Please take the time to thank God not the doctor for your time on earth. Doctor are not gods there people made by God to help us.

    I don't if you are my brother or sister in Christ but your so right, God is our strength for today and our hope for tomorrow. Praise Him! Long term survivor of two different types of childhood cancer
  • longtermsurvivo
    longtermsurvivo Member Posts: 12
    bkirk said:

    I don't if you are my brother or sister in Christ but your so right, God is our strength for today and our hope for tomorrow. Praise Him! Long term survivor of two different types of childhood cancer

    I say Amen, Amen and worship the one true God! Doctor are good but GOD is great, get on you knee and thank him everday. My God bless you and you family. Thank for the word.
  • longtermsurvivo
    longtermsurvivo Member Posts: 12

    I say Amen, Amen and worship the one true God! Doctor are good but GOD is great, get on you knee and thank him everday. My God bless you and you family. Thank for the word.

    I can't believe childhood cancer survivor turn on other childhood cancer survivor!!! People who can't think for them self. Try the real world. Open your eyes and listen to real survivor the one who said hell no to the bull crap and got screw in the end. Well it off me chest. No one read this page.
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