CSN Login
Members Online: 1

You are here

Celebrating 5 years

sunflash's picture
sunflash
Posts: 197
Joined: Aug 2011

I just wanted to share my good news with my teal sisters. I just had my last 6 month checkup with my wonderful gynocological/oncologist, as it's been 5 years since I finished treatment for uterine papillary serous carcinoma. I've got no lasting side effects and no sign of cancer at all. When I started treatment in 2011, I was scared to death, after realizing the statistics for this type of cancer. I just want to offer hope to my sisters.....don't get hung up with statistics.....you are your own unique person with your own unique dna. I'm now on a yearly schedule to be seen, and my dr informs me I should be carefully assessed every year for the rest of my life. I'm ok with that (this is actually my second cancer....I had vaginal cancer in 2007 and kicked that one to the curb, too...lol!) Stay strong, sisters! Sending my love and prayers to all!

MAbound
Posts: 1063
Joined: Jun 2016

Good news like this is so uplifting. So glad you took the time to share!

Nellasing
Posts: 529
Joined: Oct 2016

Thank you so much for letting us share your wonderful news- it is so helpful to know there are those who have gone before (2x) and that it's not only possible to survive but to thrive!  Congratulations to you- Happy Day!  (((HUGS)))

Beachrose's picture
Beachrose
Posts: 10
Joined: Jun 2016

Thank you for sharing your news, it is so encouraging to hear when things are going well and gives hope to everyone! It is so easy to look at the statistics and expect the worst so hearing stories about survival and feeling good are so helpful.  Congratulations!!

Editgrl's picture
Editgrl
Posts: 903
Joined: Jun 2015

Thanks for sharing your news!  It cheers us all when one of us survives and thrives!

Lou Ann M's picture
Lou Ann M
Posts: 996
Joined: Feb 2015

Congratulations, what great news.  May you dance with NED forever.

Lou Ann

NoTimeForCancer's picture
NoTimeForCancer
Posts: 2772
Joined: Mar 2013

Congratulations!  So happy for you.  

txtrisha55's picture
txtrisha55
Posts: 685
Joined: Apr 2011

That is wonderful news and it let's the newbies know that it is possible to kick cancer to the curb.  Many more years of being healthy.  Trish

TeddyandBears_Mom's picture
TeddyandBears_Mom
Posts: 1673
Joined: Jun 2015

Congrats Sunflash! Such great news to share with all of us. As others have said, it really helps to know of long term survivors. Love and Hugs, Cindi

haddie55
Posts: 4
Joined: Jul 2011

i will also  be a 5 year survivor of uterine papillary serous carcinoma in November. I wanted to share as well to give others support and hope that it is possible. Besides having fabulous doctors and incredible friends and family, I believe this journey has been as much about the mind and spirit as it has been about the body. After 3 surgeries, chemo, and radiation I have very minimal side affects and have been so blessed. 

LindyLu
Posts: 72
Joined: Sep 2016

Thanks so much, Sunflash and haddie55, for sharing your wonderful news.  Hooray, for reaching your five year NED anniversaries!  It certainly lifts my spirits.  Doing a Happy Dance for you both!  ~LL

Soup52's picture
Soup52
Posts: 903
Joined: Jan 2016

Fantastic news! This gives us all hope:)

janaes
Posts: 800
Joined: May 2016

Thanks for thinking of us here.  We love to here good news.  Im so glad your not feeling any side effects.  Thats pretty much how it was for me with my first cancer.

Kvdyson's picture
Kvdyson
Posts: 789
Joined: Jan 2016

Yes, thank you so much! It is so great to hear your success stories - keep 'em coming! Kim

DrienneB's picture
DrienneB
Posts: 186
Joined: Aug 2013

Fantastic to hear! Congratulations, and thanks so much for checking in and letting us know!

-j

sunflash's picture
sunflash
Posts: 197
Joined: Aug 2011

My dear, dear, sisters! Thank you so much for all the heartfelt responses! We're soooo blessed to have this community where we can lean on each other and share both our fears and our victories. You are all in my prayers for strength, health, and the best outcomes possible. Hang in there you awesome ladies.....and never give up hope. And big congratulations to you, Haddie! 

EZLiving66's picture
EZLiving66
Posts: 1425
Joined: Oct 2015

Sunflash and Haddie, that is wonderful news, especially since you both had UPSC.  When I first read the stats on this cancer, I thought I was given a death sentence (Stage II, Grade 3 - UPSC).  It is always encouraging to read of long term survivors of this vicious, agressive cancer.

Thank you both for posting!!!!

Love,

Eldri

Subscribe to Comments for "Celebrating 5 years"