My name is Jason and I am currently fighting cancer in Houston, TX. These are my stories...
Jason-I am so happy about the good news. In fact, I am ecstatic! I fully expect to be reading your FULL recovery blog in a few months but until then, you and Jen are always in my thoughts. Never forget that we are all fighting for/with you. Good luck on this roundLP
Man Holy crap. You look like a tuff-son-of-a-bitch tho.JeffCali
I LOVE the look!Keep fighting (and rocking that sexy dew)Jordan
I expect to see you on the next version of the WWF. Wow what a haircut. We leave you alone for a week and this happens. Next thing you know you'll be working out and showing the muscles.Hope you and Jen are doing OK. Great news to hear you're feeling better. Keep me in mind for your Rice classes.Cheers
Lookin' good! We are so excited about the great news!Roseane & Keith
Hey Jason,I always wondered what I would look like bald, and you have given me a good idea. I think it looks good (not that I am going to do anything rash!)Keep up the good work. Although I don't respond much, I do keep up on your progress and think of you and Jen and Jake often.As far as destinations, we just returned from Maine, and it was one of the most beautiful places I have been. Very relaxing.Uncle JAmie
Jason,I recently met Jordan at his casa on poker night a few weeks ago and we shared our stories with one another. My sister Cora Deel, 25, has Sarcoma Cancer and recently completed 6 sessions of chemo and 4 of radiation. Afterwards she had 2 surguries within a weeks time and the doctors were delighted to see, once they got in there, that both the chemo & radiation worked much better than they orginally thought, based on what the scans showed. The reason I share this story with you is b/c you are under the watchful eye of doctors who don't understand the term defeat! I have shared your story with some of my family members and you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. KEEP ON FIGHTIN TOUGH GUY!!!
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