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Most people have been affected by cancer in one way or another. Whether it’s through a family or friend, or even a personal battle. Share your story here and let others know they’re not alone in the climb against cancer.

A right pain in the backside…

By Unknown

Fontainebleau, Sept '11. Felt knackered. First day 7a, second day, 6c+, end of the week not even 6a. Had to stay at a campsite because I really needed the loo. Back in Blighty, took a massive whipper at Ravensdale and took the brunt with my backside. From then on I had a bad back that…

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An inspiration to all

By Unknown

Many years ago, I had the pleasure of working for the city of Kennesaw, GA (USA).  A personal mentor of mine, Bill Thrash, was someone who guided me through every step of the way.  He was an active man in the city as a councilman and mentor to youth all over the city.  He facilitated…

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Starting Again

By Unknown

One year ago a simple umbilical hernia saved my life. During a routine surgery to repair it, a strange mucous was found that turned out to be cancerous. After an appendectomy and visits to several oncologists, I was diagnosed with Appendix Cancer or more specifically Mucinous Adenocarcinoma of the Appendix. Basically this is a mucous…

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Shaving my head in 5 days

By Unknown

I've been wanting to shave my head in aid of Cancer Research UK since I was about 15 years old (I'm now 21) after the shock of finding out that my boyfriend at the time had lost his mother to cancer. After meeting too much counter argument for my under-developed conviction to fight against, I…

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Ovarian Cancer Runner

By Unknown

In August 2012 I celebrated my 50th birthday climbing around the Stripsenjoch Hutte in the Wilde Kaiser in Austria – I felt great apart from symptoms that I associated with ageing and IBS (persistent pain in the abdomen, feeling that my guts were bursting out of my tummy, weeing more often, diarrhea.. ) A few…

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You chose your cancer well

By Pete

You chose your cancer well.... They were the words of my surgeon, and he was right, not that I chose cancer at all, but testicular cancer would be the one to have. My right nad may disagree were it still here. I owe a lot to my cancer though, which may sound a little strange…

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