Kicking cancer

Kicking cancer

There are 6 comments on the NewsTimes.com story from Apr 27, 2009, titled Kicking cancer. In it, NewsTimes.com reports that:

Mostly, cancer is a country of the autumn year -- more than three-quarters of all the cancer cases diagnosed in the United States occur in people 55 years old or older.

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Danbury Native

Waltham, MA

#1 Apr 28, 2009
You're a gem to our society. Thanks Jack.
Chris Bouffard

Mentor, OH

#2 Apr 28, 2009
To learn more about Young Adult Cancer and upcomming events visit stupidcancer.com It is amazing how Matt and I2Y has changed my brothers life. I am so proud of him and all he is doing.
Tom

Attleboro, MA

#3 May 2, 2009
Outstanding work as always, Jack.

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Jen with colon cancer 28

Kissimmee, FL

#4 May 7, 2009
I have been fighting colon cancer for more then a year and a half, since sept 07. I have chemo weekly, which really it's fun at all. I still tryin to have a normal life, but it kind of hard when your tired all the time. I am going to school, I really love it. I've never been a school person, but something changed and now I love it. I'm also getting good grades. Anyways, I just wanted to put something on here, I don't really know anyone my age that is going through what I am. My friends and family are great, but they don't really know how it feels to be a young girl going to chemo weekly. Guys really don't want to be more then friends with me, which is a downer. I do want kids someday, I'm not for sure if I can. I don't know what else to put, but I try to seay positive.
A Reader

Naugatuck, CT

#5 May 7, 2009
Jen with colon cancer 28 wrote:
I have been fighting colon cancer for more then a year and a half, since sept 07. I have chemo weekly, which really it's fun at all. I still tryin to have a normal life, but it kind of hard when your tired all the time. I am going to school, I really love it. I've never been a school person, but something changed and now I love it. I'm also getting good grades. Anyways, I just wanted to put something on here, I don't really know anyone my age that is going through what I am. My friends and family are great, but they don't really know how it feels to be a young girl going to chemo weekly. Guys really don't want to be more then friends with me, which is a downer. I do want kids someday, I'm not for sure if I can. I don't know what else to put, but I try to seay positive.
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Andre
#6 Sep 23, 2013
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