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Things you have learnt that have helped your cancer experience.
Hey everyone The connect leaders and I have another discussion for you, which is ‘strengths/things that have helped you during your experience with cancer’     First; how is everyone?  Now all of our experiences are different for each and everyone of us....
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How has your faith helped during your cancer experience?
Hi Fam, My Christian Faith has been a massive thing that helped me during my cancer experience, particularly when I was diagnosed I remember feeling so shocked yet, extremely peaceful & hopeful, id love to hear, if you have faith how it has helped you......
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Dating after chemo
Hey guys, After finishing chemo I know that one of the important things for me was feeling like my life was normal and moving past the idea that I was a young dude with cancer. For me, that involves meeting new people and in particular hitting tinder a...
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Post treatment PTSD and depression
Hi my name is Edie, I was diagnosed with a brain tumour when I was two, I was clear for five years but when I was eight I was rediagnosed. lately I have been struggling with depression and ptsd after my treatment. I can’t stop thinking about treatment...
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I had Brain cancer
Hi, my name is Teah (Taya), I'm 15 and from WA, when I was 2 years old I was diagnosed with Medela Blastoma (a brain tumour). Because I was only 2, I don't really remember much and I also didn't really understand why I was so sick and pretty...
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Anyone else falling back into bad habits after treatment was finished?
23 year old guy, I finished my treatment for AML Leukemia in February of this year. I was in hospital for around 20 days at a time for a total of 4 cycles of chemo. For the time i was stuck in hospital i was telling myself i would...
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Life after treatment
Is it normal to be worried about going back to normal life when I’m finished treatment? It’s actually taking a big toll on me I have 3 more days of radiation and I’m excited for it to be over and to get my taste back but I’m also scared...
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Head and neck cancer
Hi guys my name is Simone. 22 years old. Diagnosed with stage 2 intermediate mucoepidermoid carcinoma of the minor salivary glands. I have had 3 surgeries, 2 were complicated and I require 1 more for reconstruction. As a result i am cancer free :) i have...
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Always Believe......
Hi everyone. My name is Ashley and im a 22 yo man living in Melbourne. life was so great for me , work was great, uni was great and sports were exciting. Nothing seemed to go wrong.... until I had an MRI scan on the 10th of July. With...
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Record Breaker
Hi, My name is Calley Douglass. On the 1st December 2012 I was diagnosed t-cell with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL). As the "title" of my story says, sadly, I am currently the holder of a record that hopefully, will never be broken. Not for my sake,...