Cancer is Dead
My name is Jason and I am currently fighting cancer in Houston, TX. These are my stories...
I said I would be throwing a party when I beat cancer. Well, it’s been beat and it’s time to party. Jen and I would like to thank you for your support by inviting you to the Fighting in
Click the link below for party details. I don’t have everybody’s email address, so please feel free to forward this to anyone that may be interested, all are invited. I ask only that people R.S.V.P. on Evite so that I know how many people are coming.
Come celebrate with us!
For a couple of days after getting my good news (see link opt the left), I actually felt depressed. Can you believe that? I know it doesn’t make any sense, but that’s what happened. More than anything, I felt alone. I think that is how you feel when your world changes in an instant.
When I was first diagnosed, I felt the same. Obviously, the news was bad that time; but the feeling of the world changing under my feet was the same. It took some time to sink in and settle in.I feel great now. I spent the last week in
I is still hard to believe that we (you too) did it! I have read through my blog posts. This is the last paragraph from my first post.
Isn’t that crazy? I am now, almost a year later, in full remission. Awesome.
Going forward, I have 2 more treatments to do. I go in on Monday (19th), and I should be there a week. I will have 2 weeks off, and then back in on April 9th. I’ll be out by April 15th, and they will take my PICC line out before I leave the hospital. I’ll go back in 2 or 3 months for scans, but no plans for more treatments!
Look for the big party to happen the weekend of the 21st or 28th or April. More on that later.
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