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  1. Is this where my cancer story goes?

  2. I read this story with such great sadness. I am a prostate cancer survivor, class of 2003, but I fortunate to be diagnosed early (T2b) when my cancer was very treatable.

    My small non-profit has just brought a free prostate cancer early detection tool to the Internet. It is available to everyone - free of charge - at I wish it had been in existance in time to help Terence.

    Our Prostate Cancer Pony Express is carrying a prostate cancer survivor journal to Washigton, DC. You can add his name at

    My thoughts and prayers are with Terence and all of you.

    Warm regards,


  3. My 37 year old husband Ryan Waters was diagnosed with Stage 4 Stomach Cancer 18 months ago, 5 days before I had our daughter. He read your blog today with tears in his eyes, weeping for you and weeping for my future. I read your blog today and was filled with hope and joy that when a husband dies, there is joy beyond the pain and suffering that advanced Cancer brings. Our story is here: We, too, trust in Christ as our Lord and Savior. God is much bigger than Cancer, and that fact has been proven time and again through friends, family and words of encouragement from strangers who have walked the path before we have, taking steps no one should have to take. I will be praying for you, Sherry, and trusting that God holds you tightly in the midst of your moments of sorry, joy and love. With Christ's love and mine, Anna