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18 years in remission!

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fitwarriornyc
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Joined: Jan 2018

Hi All,

 

My name is Paige and I have just joined this network. I just passed my 18th year in remission date and I am looking for people to share my story with. I've recently decided to start sharing my story about my childhood/rare cancer diagnosis on my Youtube channel in hopes that I will be able to help someone in sharing my experience, the side effects I've experienced and how I learned how to cope. Please feel free to look at my channel or reach out to me to share your own experience! I look forward to connecting with you all! 

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCctFpg5kYMaVRBmaNvek06g

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thahn19
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Joined: Jan 2018

I really enjoyed your videos, can't wait to watch more! Would love to talk more with you about your transition to life post-treatment and how you handled some social things... I have been in remission just over a year now and I am struggling with how to handle some things physically, socially, and emotionally. Also just looking for people to talk with who can understand what I went through, because my friends are amazing but it's just not something I like to bring up with them often...  

jasonamaz
Posts: 1
Joined: May 2017

I love your videos. I was 20 years remission last year. I was diagnosed with Leukemia (ALL) at the age of 10. I was also in Boston both at Children's Hospital and the Jimmy Fund clinic. 

I don't talk about my experiences or tell people that I am a survivor, for whatever reason.  In one of the videos, you said you mostly remember the good things; I was just thinking about some of the good times the other day despite all the difficult stuff childhood cancer patients go through. 

It is good to see how well you are doing now, and I hope you don't mind me saying that you are gorgeous. 

 

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