4 year Whipple-versary

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  • #77901
    gavin
    Moderator

    Congratulations Randi! And I’m loving your new enjoying Decembers attitude as well! Hope you enjoy your holidays as well!

    Hugs,

    Gavin

    #77900
    willow
    Member

    These are fabulous and amazing milestones and your personal history really is a testament to hope, survival and the marvels of medicine. Thanks for sharing and have a beautiful December!

    #77899
    wallsm1
    Member

    Congratulations, Randi!

    #77898
    mcwgoat
    Member

    Hi Randi,

    Great anniversary for you – you deserve continued best success!!! You are a beautiful person and I thank you for always uplifting us!!!

    Peace & Love,
    Mary

    #77897
    marions
    Moderator

    Happy Holidays to you as well, dear Randi. May the month of December be the best of everything.
    Hugs,
    Marion

    #77896
    pamela
    Member

    Happy Anniversary, Randi!! I am so happy you are doing well.

    #77895
    kris00j
    Member

    Happy birthday!! I love your attitude: get December on track!!

    #77894
    lisacraine
    Participant

    Randi,
    Happy Anniversary. You have been through so much and continue to have a beautiful outlook. I hope December is a fabulous month for you.
    Hugs,
    Lisa

    #77893
    lainy
    Member

    To my dear Randi girl! HAPPY ANNI You are my heroine, ha and they think they are all in books! Here you are a real life thriver. Love you tons. Happy Holidays to you as well!

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    Randi
    Participant

    Hello friends,

    It was 4 years ago today that I had my almost 7 hour Whipple surgery and spent 6 days in the hospital. It took me almost an entire year to feel “normal” well at least my new normal. I didn’t know what was ahead of me, or even if there was any time ahead of me at all. After surgery I had 6 months of adjuvant chemotherapy. It was no picnic, but it now a blip on the radar of my past.

    14 years ago on the 12th of this month I had my thyroid removed because of papillary thyroid cancer. No further treatment was needed after surgery except for follow up examinations.

    19 years ago on the 22nd of this month I had my lumpectomy followed by 6 weeks of radiation for breast cancer.

    December has not traditionally been a good month for my health, however, since my Whipple I have decided I would reverse this trend and be healthy and enjoy Decembers from now on :)

    Happy holidays to everyone on here. You’ve all been such a great support for me.

    Hugs,
    -Randi-

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