Cancer survivor stories are commonly sought after by many who have been told, "you have cancer".
Those are words that we never want to hear. We always think that it won't happen to us or we just hope that it never does. But when we hear those words, all the emotions can begin to overwhelm us.
Being able to relate to another persons story can lift you up, relieve stress and begin to give some confidence and direction to your life. It did that with me! ...so I'm here telling My Story ...and if you are a survivor, you too can help to build this resource of survivor stories for all who have been told `you have cancer.`
Someone is looking for your story, right now!
Although this website is focused on one type of cancer which is Skin Cancer, the fact is that any type of cancer is capable of being deadly and people must be aware of this.
We are all individuals, different backgrounds and different inclinations in our way of thinking and we are all motivated and encouraged differently. That's why all YOUR survivor stories are so important!
To someone, somewhere, YOUR story will hit home and YOU will have made a difference in their life.
How much more rewarding can that be for you?
So it doesn't matter what type of cancer you have survived, YOU can tell YOUR OWN STORY right here. You will have a whole page to yourself and can make it as long as you want. Your friends and family can make comments on this page and you also can make additions to your story in the Comments at any time.
Don't worry, If need be, I will edit it for you without changing any of your content, only spelling and grammar.
It wouldn't matter if I listed all the types of cancer as there are so many; so ALL cancer survivor stories are welcomed on this site ...kidney, liver, breast, lung cancer and many, many more. All are invited to tell their story here.
If you're one of the many Celebrity Survivors or famous survivors you can serve as a mentor to many who look up to you.
Let's all UNITE with our survivor stories to help others be aware and better armed through their decisions.
Just put a title on your story and start writing.
All of your cancer survivor stories will give guidance and strength to others? Share it!
Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page...
Breast and then Ovarian cancer
I was only 25 years old, married for 3 weeks, just came home from my honeymoon when I needed to attend a follow up appointment with my doctor. (Ref: a …
Get In There and Fight !!!! Not rated yet
I have had breast cancer and skin cancer. The first thing I think is important. The only way you can tell if you have cancer is with a biopsy. I mean …
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"MELANOMA : “NO BIG DEAL ” IT'S JUST SKIN CANCER!
Hi! My name is Nick and I’m 56 yrs. old and this is part of my story. Let me tell you, I was like a lot of people out there and I had no idea that skin cancer was anything bad. I had Basal cell back in 2007, but that was no big deal and it was removed and that was the end of that. No one told me that it was a type of skin cancer (I looked it up on my computer). But still no big deal, it would not kill me.
But I did know the word "Melanoma"....." --by Nick
Scared to Death!!! - by Shelly
Our Cancer Stories are so similar, mine and Gary's! - by Valerie
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