Chaya's Updates: we just wanted a central location to let make everyone aware of her updates and progress as we figure out what is happening with her abdominal pains. Due to the time it takes to keep everyone up to date, we thought we would try using this page to help everyone see what the updates are! Thanks for your prayers, love, and care during this time.
Supporting Jessica, Aaron, and the kids while Jessica battles breast cancer.
Hello everyone! I created this site to give current information about my breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. As a great person told me, "this diagnosis does not define who you are and who you will be in the future." I am brave. I am strong. I will fight, like a girl! 💪🏼🙏🏼❤️
Updates on 2019 Heart Surgery and Healing
**Site moved here from Caring Bridge https://wvw.caringbridge.org/e/493421/-Repeat20Author20Autoresponder/98fnr2/421790981/kickingcancersass7 Hello and welcome to my Posthope site! If you are following over from Caring Bridge, thank you! If you are new to this page, feel free to catch up on my complete journey as it started earlier in the year on Caring Bridge link above. For those of you who are new here, a ‘short’ history. I had abdominal pains occasionally back in November 2018. Nothing that caused me much worry as I was peri-menopause and lifting heavy weights. Cramps or ab strain right? Fast forward to my yearly physical in March 2019. Mentioned pain to doctor, she did pap and bloodwork and referred me to have ultrasounds. Small uterine fibroid so she sent me to OB/GYN. June 12: OB/GYN appointment. Doctor says the lining of my uterus isn’t clear and wants to do biopsy. July 1: Uterine biopsy done. July 12th: received life changing phone call that it was cancerous and I would need a full hysterectomy and possibly chemo/radiation. July 15th: met oncologist and scheduled hysterectomy for July 24th. Grade 3 cancer. July 24th: Full hysterectomy. Diagnosis Stage 4 endometrial cancer which had spread outside lymph nodes July 31: chemo port placed. August 2: first chemo treatment (5 more scheduled every three weeks with CT scan after first three treatments to see what is happening). The first round of chemo on top of surgery recovery was tough but I am slowly healing and people have been amazing at help and lots of love. The worst part of all of this is the ‘not knowing’. Not knowing what caused this. Not knowing what is going to happen next. Not knowing when I will be able to work again, even for short days. Not knowing how I am going to feel after chemo (hoping I find some consistency as treatments progress). Not knowing how the bills are going to get paid while I am not working or working less then full time. Not knowing what the next CT scan will show. Not knowing...everything! It is a big job not letting my mind run wild and just trusting that everything will work it’s way out. Ok, so is that a long enough ‘short’ history? 😂 I am a ‘long’ writer so you have been warned. Thank you for being here and being on this journey with us (Jody and I). I read every comment and they all mean so much to me. We feel the 💗 !
Your place to stay up to date on Ronnie's progress.
Alex's health and a schedule for visitors.
News regarding Al's health progress
In July 2019 Kris was diagnosed with Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer. We will document her journey here.
To journal my weekly progress with Pancreatic Cancer
In an effort to keep everyone who loves my Dad current on what is going on with his health, we've set up this site. My mom is doing well, all things considered, but keeping up with all the well-intentioned texts and phone calls is getting tough, so please check this page out to see if any changes to his status have been made. Thank you all for your love and support! Meg (with Lauren, Chris and Bernie)
Site to communicate information regarding Tony's progress following his motorcycle accident
Updates about Sarah's adventure (we're keeping it positive) with cancer.
Updates and information about Gladys' journey with cancer.
Christian was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in his left femur on June 28th. This site is for family & friends to get updates, prayer requests and insight into what our family is walking through each day. We are thankful for God's mercy and grateful for everyone who is willing to walk alongside us to restore Christian back to his loud, joyful, energetic self.
Provide support for the Chamberlin Family
Welcome to our PostHope site. We are using it to provide family and friends with details of Bryna's progress in one central place. We've added all the previous email notifications here as journal entries, and we'll post updates periodically as her condition progresses. Please take a moment to leave a note or add a photo. Your messages of hope and encouragement have been a huge comfort to us through this difficult time. Due to the seriousness of Bryna's condition, access to this site is currently limited to a select list of close friends and family members, it is not publicly available. Please use discretion when sharing information posted here, we appreciate your understanding. Thank you for your support and thank you for visiting. With much love and gratitude - Robert, Sandra and Kellyn
To allow family and friends to be updated on Bev's battle with breast cancer
This site is where we will share our love, hope and inspiration for Jim.
Keeping you posted on Michele's recovery - happy thoughts & cheery notes are welcome!
Update's on Mike
Help the Vargos through their time of grief by assisting in their medical expenses. Please keep Kai Jaxon Vargo in your thoughts and prayers.
This site is for friends and family who want to stay up to date with Jeanne's progress after her open heart surgery.
A diagnoses of B Cell ALL or also know as Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia was given on Thursday, June 6, 2019 after unexplained large bruising and mood change was noticed. We have received the best care at OSF but we were given the option to go to Memphis, Tennessee to the St. Jude Clinic. It’s going to be a REALLY rough few days, weeks, months, years. Our village is large but we need more prayers. More prayers, good vibes, good thoughts. Tucker Robert Jones is STRONG. He will FIGHT this. WE WILL FIGHT THIS.
On May 22, 2019 I was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma. This is my journey.
The Adrenoleukodystrophy or ALD Foundation is dedicated to helping families and medical researchers with the most devastating pediatric neurological disorder. ALD takes. A boy's abilities. A parent's sanity. ALD must be stopped!
A journey of stage IV kidney cancer patient
Charlie's Heart Journey. Join me on the Highs and Lows from my Pre-Evaluation to a new heart. Thank you in advance for sharing this journal, as well as your thoughts and continuous prayers.
Avelino Rochino was involved in a motorcycle accident and is currently in the hospital. More information to come.
We have set up this site to keep everyone updated on Binnie’s recovery.
Keep up with how Dick's heart valve replacement surgery and recovery is going.
Cherie's journey and blog of hope
Hello! This website will give current information about my breast cancer treatment. I also encourage everyone to be diligent on their health care. You’re important!!!! I have faith and I believe in God. I’m strong and I’ll fight like a girl! 🙌🏻💪🏼🙏🏼❤️😘 ~Janice
Cody was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma May 7th, 2019. His first step in treatment starts Wednesday, May 22nd with chemo for 12 weeks. Please follow this blog for updates on Cody! ❤️
Providing updates on me and the growth of my beard and immune system. One hair and cell at a time.
What do we say to cancer?
Information on how Dad is doing on his journey since Pancreatic Cancer diagnosis
mothers who lost their children to adoption and reunite with them as adults what to expect
Welcome to Quincy's website. We appreciate your support and words of hope and encouragement. Thank you for visiting.
Please pray for his peace.
This is a page of news and support as Cindy and her family deal with her lung cancer
For the Friends and Family who want to know and care about John's well being, on his Journey with ALS
Hello everyone this is a loving community page where you all can stay up to date on Lynn's progress. I will be posting frequently, and will be trying my best to keep everyone updated quickly as possible. There is a long road ahead. With your prayers, thoughts, and positive spiritual energy I am confident we can make it through together. Thank you
A site for anyone wanting to know about Jeff's Kidney transplant status.
A journal of updates for Tracy's friends and colleagues on how Tracy is doing as she recovers from back surgery. Once she is home we can update the site regarding visits and meals.
My site is to document and also raise awareness of my terminal and rare disease.
On April 12, 2019, Lena was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. AML is a cancer of the bone marrow and the blood. While it progresses rapidly, there is treatment! Please visit this site often to stay updated on Lena’s progress and ways you can help. Let us be her light, as she is ours.