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I have prevailed against cancer. I am NED or, as they say in medical speak, No Evidence of Disease. I want to share my experience from being diagnosed, the journey of treatment, and how I handle every day I am breathing. My desire is to give hope, inspire, educate, and give strength to anyone out there wanting to be cancer-free or have someone in their life wanting to be cancer-free.
One of the first things I noticed about this awful disease is that people mainly share their pains and ills. I get it. BUT, I looked for sites that displayed to me what people did to deal with what they were going through, the solutions, and then, the joys of thriving through this thing we call cancer. Where are all the people living happily after their journey with cancer?
Let us put that to the forefront. YES, you can have a life after cancer with your loved ones. There is pain in many things, and what you focus on expands.
Join me in expanding hope and life in one's healing journey with cancer.
*** Supporting Dana Farber Cancer Institute and AstraZeneca Hope Lodge
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All submissions are reviewed for proper and ethical content. Only uplifting stories allowed. There is a 250 word maximum. All submissions must be 100% original content from the thriver. No submissions will be accepted from a third party. Any and all submissions become the property of Angelina Moscatelli with all
inalienable rights and permissions for sharing and publishing. Stories selected for www.cancervictorystories.com
are at the sole discretion of Angelina Moscatelli.
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
**** Please answer these questions **** 1. How did you feel when you were told you have cancer? 2. What were your treatments? 3. How did you cope & maintain hope? 5. How do you feel now that you are cancer free?
Supporting Dana Farber Cancer Institute and
AstraZeneca Hope Lodge with every book sale