I will pray for the treatable kind. My cousin, who is very dear to me, went thru this – it was the treatable kind, and she is past 4 years in remission now. Incidentally, at the same time she suffered thru this, her husband was treated for stage 3 colon cancer – they are both fine now. We will pray for the same wondrous results.
We are so sorry to hear about Seth. We are adding him to our prayers. Our daughter’s fiance has Follicular B Cell Lymphoma. It affected only his lymph nodes and at this point he is doing fabulous. Please keep us posted and again our thoughts and prayers go out to Stacie and Seth.
Today I’m a little emotional but felt I should share with you something that usually would remain behind the scenes. Sara Hinkley is one of the founding members of this foundation. She has given an enormous amount of her personal time and talents to help move this dream forward. We could never have accomplished what we have without her hand involved in every step. She has become a dear friend to me through this shared experience.
Today Sara is at MD Andersen with her sweet husband Seth. He has been diagnosed with cutaceous b-cell lymphoma, they are involved for the next two days in various tests and with several different specialists and Dr’s. This is another rare form of cancer, which can be either highly treatable or terminal. They don’t know which form he has yet. After the testing, they will wait for 7-10 days to receive their results. I think everyone here knows how difficult it can be to wait.
I would like to ask you to include Seth and Sara in your thoughts and prayers.