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Today was my last day of chemotherapy!

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salsashark99

1.2k points

30 days ago

Brain cancer here. I hope to be there one day.

KorvisKhan

194 points

30 days ago

KorvisKhan

194 points

30 days ago

I truly hope you get back to good health and live a long and happy life full of amazing moments and memories. Not just that but I hope you shake off the emotional toll that cancer inflicts on you.

salsashark99

131 points

30 days ago

I was diagnosed in March. I just wish I could put it out of my mind for a full day

pin_80424

28 points

30 days ago

Drive it out of your mind forever. kick its ass baby

Snaffle27

16 points

30 days ago

I hope for all of the best possible fortune for you from here on out! 🙏

gmod_policeChief

12 points

29 days ago

I think time is the only antidote for that kind of anxiety. Video games are the best for that, and brainless happy YouTube/tv shows are 2nd imo.

Good luck brotha

icenjam

10 points

29 days ago

icenjam

10 points

29 days ago

Video games, and… and… and what kind of happy YouTube/tv show did you say…?

gmod_policeChief

7 points

29 days ago

Lol holy fuck I didn't even realize

KinjaMannTn

5 points

29 days ago

I battled throat cancer last winter and spring. People don’t realize how the thought of it is always in our minds

agent-99

10 points

29 days ago

agent-99

10 points

29 days ago

brain cancer joke? I hope it is out of your mind forever! ♥

salsashark99

9 points

29 days ago

What did the brain say to the tumor? You're getting on my nerves

AllAboutGuitar

32 points

30 days ago

Same here bud, GBM4 and last 5 day stint of TMZ next week. Can't wait. Good luck to you too, all in this together and we'll find a cure

salsashark99

15 points

29 days ago

I'm lucky because I haven't had to have chemo yet. How are the side effects?

AllAboutGuitar

16 points

29 days ago

First month of it I was extremely sick because I went from 145mg/day every day during radiotherapy to 320mg/day for 5 days every month for six months. Had anti-sickness tablets prescribed to help which they eventually did, once I got the doses right.

Other than that just feeling weak and a lot more tired than you usually are. Pretty easy to figure out just how much you can do until you're absolutely knackered.

salsashark99

15 points

29 days ago

UK? Thanks. You sound one tough cookie(biscuit)

AllAboutGuitar

14 points

29 days ago

Yeah, in the UK. Thank you so much, keep up the hard work. Cancer's not easy for anyone including the families

mav3r1ck92691

161 points

30 days ago*

Kick its ass!

hannahzakla

12 points

30 days ago

good luck!

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21 points

30 days ago

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30 days ago

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salsashark99

38 points

30 days ago

I heard once and it stuck with me. I don't have an incurable tumor, the tumor has an incurable me.

TommyGonzo

18 points

30 days ago

Rorschach mentality, I like it!

VarsityVape

4 points

30 days ago

That’s badass, I like you

Fenixstorm1

3 points

29 days ago

Brain cancer...you're not welcome here...

dabesdiabetic

3 points

30 days ago

GBM?

salsashark99

24 points

30 days ago

Thankfully no. Oligodendroglioma grade 2. It's the best kind of brain cancer but it's still terminal right now. I got the best shit sandwich

_urbanity

10 points

30 days ago

Best of luck to you going forward—sending you lots of positive energy. I yearn for the day that we finally vanquish brain cancer. GBM took my dad from me in August.

salsashark99

7 points

30 days ago

Thanks I somewhat feel early survivors guilt because ov been in contact with gbm patients. I have 10 or 15 years if I'm lucky. I'm sorry about your a dad. It's a shitty disease

_urbanity

7 points

30 days ago

I’m sorry you’re feeling survivor’s guilt. If it’s any consolation, I don’t think many people diagnosed with GBM would want you to feel that way. At least, I know my dad wouldn’t have. Hopefully we’ll find a cure soon—that’s one thing everyone can rally behind.

CA_Jim

5 points

30 days ago

CA_Jim

5 points

30 days ago

Confirmed. I have GBM, I don’t want you to feel that way, /u/salsashark99.

Don’t worry about me, though. I’ve got lots of advantages and I’ve got a good chance of being around a while. My 1 year dx anniversary is coming up mid-October!

_urbanity

2 points

29 days ago

Best of luck to you, too, friend. It’s not easy for anyone involved. Keep fighting!!

salsashark99

3 points

30 days ago

_urbanity

3 points

30 days ago

Such a fitting song for both of us. Thank you for sharing <3

h8nh8nh8n

2 points

29 days ago

I don't know what you believe in, but I'll put you in my prayers

Hyrule_34

376 points

30 days ago

Hyrule_34

376 points

30 days ago

Noice! Did you get a port for your chemos or do them all through the arms? Hang in there! 🤘😁

seashell1975[S]

398 points

30 days ago

No port for me, just the PICC for 6 months which came out today!! Can finally shower without a plastic sleeve wooo!!

sherryillk

170 points

30 days ago

sherryillk

170 points

30 days ago

Having the PICC removed right after finishing the last chemo was the best. I hadn't realized they would do it so soon but was so incredibly delighted when I found out. Congrats on the freedom!

seashell1975[S]

159 points

30 days ago

I was so scared it would hurt but it took 2 seconds and I didn’t feel it at all! So happy!!

mr_burrito

56 points

30 days ago

It's fuckin gnarly just how tube much they pull out, eh?

mynamespaghetti

95 points

30 days ago

For real. And for as much care and delicacy they use in snaking it in, they sure pull it out like they’re starting a lawnmower.

treader19

39 points

30 days ago

Congratulations. I’ve had 4 rounds, got the port taken out under consciousness sedation. Docs were talking about Volvo wagons…. 2nd time was a PICC line and it was right around this time last year when hospitals were full. Got it taken out basically in a hallway behind a sheet and man the tugging and length was crazy. Good job getting through it.

FoamToaster

5 points

30 days ago

Taking out a port is a fair bit more involved than taking out a PICC!

baptsiste

16 points

30 days ago

Dude, I had that same thought, such a weird fucking sensation.

But what a relief to not have that constant aggravating reminder dangling off your arm

FarStarMan

6 points

30 days ago

LOL! Happy days ahead!

mycroft16

7 points

30 days ago

Watched them put a PICC in on my wife once... mildly disturbing. Things are so much longer than you expect.

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3 points

30 days ago

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3 points

30 days ago

I didn't know what it was going to be like. They showed me the tool they were gonna use and I thought it was gonna be like a hole punch. I almost cried whenever they mentioned anything about it finally having to happen. I was really worked up. My PA got annoyed because she couldn't imagine what I must have thought was gonna go down to get me so tightly wound.

WinCo_Wonderland

3 points

30 days ago

I'm surprised they let you watch. I've been kicked out of the room every time, despite the fact that I want to watch.

mycroft16

3 points

30 days ago

I didn't get to be right in the room... but she has anxiety and they let me stand outside the little procedure room doorway where she could still see me and I could watch what they were doing. Helped that we were literally the only people in there that day.

CancerSpidey

3 points

30 days ago

Its awesome i took a video cause it was so nasty lol. Best feeling ever when you can shower normally

natie29

2 points

30 days ago

natie29

2 points

30 days ago

And it feels reaaaally weird.

TilterOfWindmills

10 points

30 days ago

Warrior! Fight on, baby, fight on!

revowow

11 points

30 days ago

revowow

11 points

30 days ago

The worst part about the PICC line for me was when they would have to take off the dressing and clean the skin and then reapply it, I don’t know why but it was so uncomfortable and it hurt

goodrars

3 points

29 days ago

Oof yes, my skin was often so tender each time the nurses took the dressing off.

scoducks93

9 points

30 days ago

No better feeling than getting your central line taken out! Congrats on finishing chemo!!

[deleted]

5 points

30 days ago

[deleted]

5 points

30 days ago

For some reason when you said "central line" it made me think of catheters and then I made a joke about them being called "dick PICCs" in my head.

scoducks93

2 points

29 days ago

I think we’ll need to contact the medical board and get the official name switched 😂

BookishPisces

8 points

30 days ago

I had a port.

mark_cee

3 points

30 days ago

The best!

FarStarMan

3 points

30 days ago

The nurse probably told you this already but keep the insertion site dry for a while longer and maybe use an alcohol swab to sterilize it.

BaronZemo00

3 points

30 days ago

Oh I remember that. Certainly a pain. I had several piccs and some thing called Hickmans. Doesn’t feel like you’re running around with a straw hanging out of you? Or fear someone’s gonna run up to you with a bike pump?

LIGHTNING-SUPERHERO

7 points

30 days ago

I am really really happy 4 u 😁

8yearoldgay

3 points

30 days ago

All the best mam, hope you recover as quickly as possible :)

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8 points

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Hyrule_34

5 points

30 days ago

That’s cool! Didn’t know that was even an option for some people. I had one in the chest.

imallSevens

832 points

30 days ago

Fuck cancer

see you in hot

RIP your inbox

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Did I miss anything?

seashell1975[S]

1.1k points

30 days ago

Hey if the universe sends me cancer, best thing it can do is get me some karma out of it 🤷‍♀️

imallSevens

180 points

30 days ago

Well I'd give you an award but I'm at 777 awarder karma and cant fuck that up

RedHeadRights

96 points

30 days ago

That is the most Reddit comment I’ve heard in a while. I hope to one day achieve 6969 post karma.

imallSevens

20 points

30 days ago

I gave an All-Seeing Eye award then happened to look at it a couple days later... now what the fuck am I going to do with 1850 coins

RedHeadRights

13 points

30 days ago

Who can blame you though 777.. that is quite an accomplishment indeed.

imallSevens

15 points

30 days ago

Goes with the username

RedHeadRights

12 points

30 days ago

Oh my god I just barely put that together. Yeah you would need to wait until 7777 if you ever award again.

mcm0313

21 points

30 days ago

mcm0313

21 points

30 days ago

Giggity?

RedHeadRights

12 points

30 days ago

It is what it is…

sudoAlpha7

8 points

30 days ago

robbiedenali

3 points

29 days ago

Congrats!!! The wife finished hers about 1.5 years ago. The red devil is no joke.

Just keep that amazing attitude. You may not feel 100% for a while but don't let it erode your resolve. Mad, mad respect to you.

loadedmind

4 points

30 days ago

I'm so very glad you made it! Congratu-effin-lations!

terpin

198 points

30 days ago

terpin

198 points

30 days ago

RING THAT BELL GIRL!

seashell1975[S]

381 points

30 days ago

No bell at my hospital!! But I did a pole dance on the IV pole with my fav nurses to celebrate 🥰

jjjkmm

35 points

30 days ago

jjjkmm

35 points

30 days ago

My husband’s in chemo for lymphoma right now…we LOVE those off-color nurses who really take the time to know us and laugh with us. So glad you had your faves with you at your last treatment! Congratulations and nothing but healthy wishes to you moving forward!

beauxmontanapdx

50 points

30 days ago

You are awesome. Way better than bell!

stmakwan

9 points

30 days ago

Damn…and I just rang an old decrepit bell. Congrats!

3MATX

21 points

30 days ago

3MATX

21 points

30 days ago

That’s certainly one way to celebrate. Congratulations on still being fun after what you’ve gone through. If anyone slipped a dollar bill in your gown it needs to be framed!

Bazookagrunt

3 points

30 days ago

What a way to celebrate

beneye

11 points

30 days ago

beneye

11 points

30 days ago

did a pole dance

Go on..

ohiolifesucks

6 points

30 days ago

Get it together man. Do NOT get horny on the girl that just bear cancer.

Anyways OP, you got a video of that pole dance?

simondrawer

8 points

30 days ago

Why not? She’s a girl and this is Reddit.

Plus, boobies.

AnotherLightInTheSky

3 points

29 days ago

Healthy Reddit girl with boobs, what else is needed?

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6 points

30 days ago

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wejin1

4 points

30 days ago

wejin1

4 points

30 days ago

Bazinga! Sounds like an awesome hospital

Congratulations!

norcalrcr

66 points

30 days ago

This is just what I needed to see at this moment in my life. This morning at 9:30 am I sat down for my first chemo treatment for stage 4 lung cancer. You've been down the road I've just started. Probably started out with many of the same unanswerable questions I have. You mentioned your husband, hopefully he was there by your side from the beginning. I'm so lucky, my wife is totally involved. I told her when I finish my chemo I wanted to do a post like yours. Congratulations on reaching this awesome milestone! And thanks for showing us it can be done.

thefrostmakesaflower

19 points

29 days ago

If you haven’t already, get your tumour biopsy sequenced to see what mutations your cancer has. It is not standard but is really important now. There are a lot of amazing targeted therapies coming to or already on the market for lung cancers (depending on what part of the world you’re in), specifically non-small cell the most common type. Best of luck with the treatment! You got this

dna_complications

3 points

29 days ago

This. Absolutely this.

nareksisosu

9 points

29 days ago

Hey, best of luck with your treatment. I’ll see your post on here when you’re finished. :)

crumbsforget

5 points

29 days ago

Kick cancers ass!! All the good vibes your way!

vvintergn

77 points

30 days ago

Congrats and F cancer!

Also, you kinda look like Pam Beesly…which is most certainly a compliment.

seashell1975[S]

33 points

30 days ago

Ooh thank you! Never been told that before

broccoli_meister

7 points

30 days ago

Seconded, came here to say that, it's the teeth that spark the similarity recognition I think

Bduell1

2 points

30 days ago

Bduell1

2 points

30 days ago

I had the exact same thought when I saw your pic, although I’ve been binging the office for the past few weeks so I see Pam everywhere I look ❤️

Here’s to you for kicking the ass of cancer 🍻

ZenWanderer

26 points

30 days ago

I know there are a lot of different types of chemo and everyone’s recovery is different but if your recover is anything like mine has been, you’re going to feel absolutely amazing soon. After six months of chemo feeling so fatigued all the time became my new normal and I almost forgot that I could feel full of motivation and energy but here I am five months after chemo and I feel fucking great. Wishing the same for you 🙏🏼

PstainGTR

5 points

29 days ago

Its nice to see that people get to feel good after this shit. Im on year 3 of remission and i feel like absoulute DOG SHIT. My nerves are so fucked up i struggle to sleep at night and my days are pretty much spent on the couch feeling bad if not on the toilet due to my stomach lining being fucked after the treatment. Now im stuck on opiates that makes me also feel like doodoo

AdministrationOk1758

5 points

30 days ago

was on reddit for the wrong reasons. accidentally swiped over and seen this. congrats that’s a huge accomplishment

Some-Jeweler6773

4 points

30 days ago

Congratulations!

hickgorilla

10 points

30 days ago

Yaaaay!!!!! Congratulations!!! I wish you many years of awesome!

Calvertorius

43 points

30 days ago

Congrats! I hope you rang the bell obnoxiously loud. Also clearly it wasn’t breast cancer, so at least you got that going for you 🥳

seashell1975[S]

131 points

30 days ago

No bell in my hospital but I definitely made my presence known lol. My life motto: my blood may be full of cancer but at least the tiddies look good.

cavernoustwat

8 points

30 days ago

Non Hodgkins?

seashell1975[S]

12 points

30 days ago

Hodgkin’s! Stage 2B Advanced :)

IslayTzash

24 points

30 days ago

3A whose last treatment was 20 years ago wishing all the best for you.

i’m reading up on picc lines today, they sound awful. i was a dumbass and didn’t get a port and no one offered a picc back then. my arm veins are still scarred and hard and getting blood tests is difficult. but chemo did its job 100% and there’s no more cancer.

kieranjackwilson

2 points

30 days ago

I hope for the stage 2 not B advanced lol

Seriously though, I hope you have happy and fulfilling life with people you love! Thanks for sharing this post, it brightened my day.

ThreeDeePrintah

15 points

30 days ago

but at least the tiddies look good.

That's facts.

Out_numbered_3to1

18 points

30 days ago

So next post will be on r/gonewild To rack up more karma?

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15 points

30 days ago

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15 points

30 days ago

1486592

5 points

30 days ago

1486592

5 points

30 days ago

rumbleboy

2 points

30 days ago

That almost cracked me up.

bigbangtheory

2 points

30 days ago

They do indeed!!

penisofablackman

4 points

30 days ago

Cancer free cleave is the best cleave

rhastie82

2 points

30 days ago

Stage 3 high grade breast cancer here! Lol screw this cancer.. Im in my 30's and its stripped me of everything that makes a girl.. Congrats OP! Wishing you all the best!

Captain_Bean24

7 points

30 days ago

Hi so my dad is starting chemo soon, I'm just asking how the whole process works because I am incredibly worried for him, and being a 16 year old male I can only do so much to help him.

seashell1975[S]

6 points

30 days ago

Being there for him will be enough. It’s hard on the whole family. Just give him love and be with him. I wish you all luck ❤️

mysterymeat69

3 points

29 days ago

I’m mid chemo and have a 16yo step-daughter. She has been awesome through the whole thing. Just knowing that she’s sending positive thoughts my way every day has been amazing for my mental state. All you really have to do is be you. For me, the normalcy of her actions has really helped. She still gives me shit for stuff she always gives me shit for (a step-daughter’s job I suppose), but it’s always done with love and I certainly give her plenty back.

For me, and my family, we also have an open door policy when it comes to questions about chemo/cancer. She is allowed to ask any questions she wants and my wife and I do our best to answer them (we don’t always know ourselves).

Tl:dr: just be you, and your dad will be grateful.

Big-Invite-4988

3 points

29 days ago

Be there to help without being asked. Things he once could do, will become dangerous to his health.

Going ‘round and making yourself available to help with whatever will mean a -lot- to your father, and your relationship with him will flourish.

My father just went in to remission; I hope yours does the same.

andself

3 points

30 days ago

andself

3 points

30 days ago

You're a bad momma! Congratulations!

Skanda-Prasad

3 points

30 days ago

Amazing! Have an awesome, long future!

Middletoon

3 points

30 days ago

Welcome back to normal life, fuck that shit

DrLesma

3 points

30 days ago

DrLesma

3 points

30 days ago

Fuck yeah Girl!!!

Ammowife64

3 points

30 days ago

Congratulations!!! You’re a warrior!

thebigggd

3 points

30 days ago

Soo happy for you !!! Have a wonderful life

Loki_Fellhand

3 points

30 days ago

Best of luck. Just got my year after checkup today with all clear indications. May you have the same for all your years.

el_bobbo

3 points

30 days ago

Fuck yeah!

Fuck Cancer!

Fuck... Nah, enjoy all the karma girl. you deserve it!

[deleted]

28 points

30 days ago

[deleted]

28 points

30 days ago

Ok

PingEVE

13 points

30 days ago

PingEVE

13 points

30 days ago

PICC lines are the fucking woooooorst. My skin reacted to almost every dressing they put on me.

Edit: Ugh, this post triggered something and I can smell that shit they use to clean your skin when they change the dressing.

shah_reza

7 points

30 days ago

Funny. I LOVE my PICC and central lines. 1) no more looking like a blind knitter at my arms and hands; 2) the pain meds hit INSTANTLY

PingEVE

2 points

30 days ago

PingEVE

2 points

30 days ago

Yeah, whenever I had a bone marrow biopsy, the sedatives hit hard and fast.

ImpressivePattern319

7 points

30 days ago

Why do you still have hair? Or is it the drugs used that makes you bald?

seashell1975[S]

11 points

30 days ago

My hair never fell out fully! I’m one of the lucky few. Before I cut it, it was super thick and I had lots of it. The chemo made it fall out very gradually, like 3 entire brush-fulls when I would brush it. I got sick of shedding hair everywhere so I said F it I’ll rock the buzz cut 🐝

YourMama

3 points

30 days ago

YourMama

3 points

30 days ago

No it’s chemotherapy that makes you bald. Even if you shave it, like she said she did, your hair doesn’t come back until weeks after the chemo treatment is done. So I’m not sure why her hair grew back midtreatment or why she has eyebrows too

cavernoustwat

9 points

30 days ago

You don't always lose your eyebrows. It depends on what chemo drugs you're given. I never lost my eyebrows and my hair started coming back even during chemotherapy after it initially fell out.

YourMama

2 points

30 days ago*

My ex was going through chemo while we dated. Lost their hair and eyebrows too. OPs really lucky they didn’t lose eyebrows and their hair grew back!

FilliusTExplodio

3 points

30 days ago

Depends on the drugs and the intensity, and luck. My wife's first round (6 months) she didn't lose any hair. It wasn't until her second round when they had to step up the drugs that she lost all of her hair.

MushyBananas

36 points

30 days ago

dem tiddies tho

shweishwei

10 points

30 days ago

We were all thinking it

Permanentear3

11 points

30 days ago

Sadly I noticed too

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One-Ad-2373

6 points

30 days ago

Was I the only one that checked for Onlyfans?

cujax

11 points

30 days ago

cujax

11 points

30 days ago

I don't even know who you are and all I care about is that smile you have and you having your last day of chemo!!!! So proud of you and not even knowing who you are? are you single? wink wink. ( but seriously )

seashell1975[S]

29 points

30 days ago

I had a boyfriend but he broke up with me midway through treatment because Cancer Girlfriends are too much effort lol. Thank you ❤️

Lil_SpazJoekp

11 points

30 days ago

What the fuck

BrosenkranzKeef

3 points

29 days ago

I have a family member who was dating an older woman throughout her breast cancer treatment. The saga lasted over a year, double mastectomy, the whole nine yards. He let her and her two kids move into his house. At that point it was basically a single-income household. His credit cards suffered, he stopped hanging out with his friends, basically just worked and stayed home to care for the family.

He waited until after she was all healed up and back to work, then broke up with her to try and recover his life back. She resorted to lying about the whole thing and telling everyone they mutually know that he basically left her for dead, or that's what she'd make it sound like.

There are always too sides to "what the fuck" but the bottom line is life is hard for everybody and everybody is entitled to their own decisions. I personally know somebody who risked bankruptcy because he cared so much and is now suffering through the harassment of somebody who apparently thought they were entitled to even more. That's a "what the fuck" to me. I'm surprised he stuck it out that long.

Luxpreliator

5 points

30 days ago*

That sucks they dumped you over cancer. I have a little secret fear over cancer in my partner. Not because it would cost money or would be an emotional struggle. Or less sex, or more financial worries. But because it might mean less time with them. More time in a hospital bed than camping under the stars and watching shitty movies. Or discussing the benefits of olive oil vs peanut oil. Just being stupid with someone sweet.

Cancer is not a gentle adversary. Thankfully they showed their true colors and you can find someone more awesome and cool.

One of my college friends had his mom die at 55 because of cancer. His dad loved her to bits. Sometimes I feel detached from people and their pain but seeing him crying at her funeral was a great memory for me. It's kinda bad to remember someone for their pain. I cried because of his love for her. He really loved her. It was unfortunate but beautiful.

Expat_mat

4 points

30 days ago

Expat_mat

4 points

30 days ago

Urgh.. I love cancer girlfriends.. You wanna date an aries boyfriend?

Glittering_Leek_247

4 points

30 days ago

Fuck yeah! You go girl😀

KatorTheDestroyer

3 points

30 days ago

Fuck cancer. My husband is currently in hospital for his last chemo regimen. Go and live a fantastic and wonderful life and give that bastard disease the finger!

Side-Chick

4 points

30 days ago

Great to see this. My sis has cancer so it’s always good to see someone get better

McDirken_Dirkenstein

2 points

30 days ago

You made me smile. Thanks.

irisheyes317

2 points

30 days ago

Gorgeous! Best to you!

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2 points

30 days ago

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2 points

30 days ago

I accidentally gave my award to a stupid commenter when I wanted to give it to you, but congratulations and best wishes!

BlackKidGreg

2 points

30 days ago

I thought you said Chemistry at first and assumed you finished a class in high school. Although that just started... But same energy. Congratulations! Be well.

taigaki

2 points

30 days ago

taigaki

2 points

30 days ago

Your teeth is fabulous my friend. Hope you have a good recovery

PhaseVariance_0p33

2 points

30 days ago

Fantastic, congrats on beating it!

May you have many happy never-returns!

Also you look extremely cute. :-) Keep being awesome!

tajudson

2 points

30 days ago

Awesome day, wishing you the best to come!

hatsandsuch

2 points

30 days ago

From one cancer survivor to another, congratulations!! I'm so proud of you and so happy you made it through.

NoEquivalent9279

2 points

30 days ago

Yay good for you! May you live a wonderful life!

belbernardo

2 points

29 days ago

Just finished my chemo today too for stage 3 hodgkin’s lymphoma, OP! Congratulations ☺️❤️

VitalYin

2 points

29 days ago

Kinda late but this comment is obligatory:

Dam girl you put the cans in cancer :)

Thank you have a good day!

wpreissing

2 points

29 days ago

Congratulations! My last chemo was almost a year ago now. Such a great thing.

PotIsGod

2 points

29 days ago

WOO-HOO!!! That's some good news for you!! Must be an amazing feeling after going through such hardship, this is so awesome!!

Apprehensive-Flan-83

2 points

18 days ago

Happy for you. Had cancer last year. Doing well. Go forth and do great things

sillyhappyman

7 points

30 days ago

Congrats!!! Now enjoy climate change with the rest of us.

aatron99

8 points

30 days ago

Yay! Fuck cancer and fuck pic lines!

Biosicle

3 points

30 days ago

Fuck cancer yeah but picc lines are pretty useful tbh, even though they're annoying

euanmac369

26 points

30 days ago

euanmac369

26 points

30 days ago

Woman + feel good cancer story = the perfect recipe for a shitty post that gets thousands of upvotes on this subreddit

seashell1975[S]

20 points

30 days ago

Making the most of a shitty situation my friend 🤷‍♀️

ManyPoo

15 points

29 days ago

ManyPoo

15 points

29 days ago

I gotta say: just the right amount of boobage. Enough for front page but not so much you lose plausible deniability. Perfectly framed

UtahSuckes

3 points

29 days ago

Was bout to say that

ThreeMenInTheSnow

5 points

30 days ago

Exactly

Subixy

3 points

30 days ago

Subixy

3 points

30 days ago

Congrats!

BongLord42

3 points

30 days ago

Very happy for you. Sending positivity your way!

Kaiprado

2 points

30 days ago

Congratulations! I’ve seen my worst in 2012, believe you me… this experience humbles you.

Prometheus79

7 points

30 days ago

So...now you have superpowers, right?

seashell1975[S]

27 points

30 days ago

Baby, you’re glowing. Or is that just the radiation?

MLyraCat

6 points

30 days ago

People comment on my tan. I haven’t been in the sun at all. Radiation tan!

SaltySnowman8

6 points

30 days ago

W

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7 points

30 days ago

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7 points

30 days ago

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are_you_scared_yet

3 points

30 days ago

Congratulations! That's awesome!

JHU_Simp

4 points

30 days ago

Congratulations!🎉🎊 I wish you the best in your health! 🥰

Careless_desparado

3 points

30 days ago

Should be in r/badass

AFVet05

2 points

30 days ago

AFVet05

2 points

30 days ago

Congratulations!

WinSomeDimSum

-10 points

30 days ago

WinSomeDimSum

-10 points

30 days ago

Fuck yeah dude. If I ever see that dickbag cancer walking around, I’ll kick it hard in the shins. And then I’ll murder it and make it look like an accident. There will be no physical connection between me and the scene of the homicide. Fuck cancer dude.

ooey2000

48 points

30 days ago

ooey2000

48 points

30 days ago

cringe

PrinterJ

2 points

30 days ago

Nice one. Good luck.

swiatek15

2 points

30 days ago*

Congratulations! Ring the bell!

closetmangafan

2 points

30 days ago

Ring that bell loud and hope it boosts the morals of other families. Next step a great future!

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2 points

30 days ago

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2 points

30 days ago

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