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Cancer Survival Stories

PJ Hamel Health Guide July 26, 2007
  • I have a cousin, Kim, whom I’ve always admired. First, she’s older than me. You know how, when you were a little girl, the older girls in your family were these mysterious beings? Bigger than you, but still on your side of the fence, when the adults and kids separated into camps at family...

5 Comments
  • Anonymous
    jeane
    Jul. 30, 2007
    Thanks for this inspiring story, PJ. Thanks for handing down Kim to us. We will spread her story of hope and survival.
    • PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      Jul. 31, 2007
      Jeane, isn't this what it's all about, really? Women helping women. We all reach out our hands to whoever is near us on the path - behind us, with us, somewhere up ahead.  Together, we get through cancer. - PJH
    • The Carol House
      Nov. 11, 2012

      A beautiful message of courage! You can also read my sister in law's personal story on her website, www.thecarolhouse.org

       

    • PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      Nov. 11, 2012

      Thanks for sharing - it does all of us good to hear other womens' stories. Takes the edge off feeling alone, doesn't it? PJH

  • Maria Gifford
    Jul. 29, 2007

    An incredible story, PJ. Thank you for sharing this with us. And Kim...WOW. You could not be more of an inspiration...and a true miracle.

     

    Best of health,

    Maria

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