Hey! I just finished reading this article, discussing the possibility of using antibiotics, like doxycycline, to fight cancer.
Oh. My. God.
This could change everything. I just… I can’t even comprehend it! I don’t know what to say except GO READ IT NOW!!
My mine = blown.
Please share this everywhere. It might save someone’s life! Bye.
- Tagged amazing, antibiotic, antibiotics, cancer, crazy, death, discovery, doxycycline, lyme, Lyme Disease, medical, oh my God, save
Hey! So, as you may know from the widget at the right of my blog, my ten-year-old friend Thomas Harrington is fighting cancer. Well, he was at Hasbro when Julian Edelman, a New England Patriot, visited. Here, I’ll let you watch for yourself:
Let me just say, Thomas, you’re adorable. Also, I was laughing for about two minutes straight. “I don’t even know what a touchdown means?!” Priceless! Oh, you’re so funny! Anyways, I just wanted to share him with you all. Also, here’s his CaringBridge.
Thomas and Wally, the Boston Red Sox mascot
Now, I’m going to go work on another post. Bye!
- Tagged cancer, CaringBridge, childhood cancer, Ewing's Sarcoma, football, friend, Hasbro, Julian Edelman, New England Patriots, Patriots, Thomas, Thomas Harrington
Hey. Well, that title-that’s-not-a-title works, actually. It’s fitting, because there’re no words. Sorry, I’m getting ahead of myself. Let me start when I found out about the video. Someone posted it on Facebook in the group Life with Autumn, a group supporting Autumn, a teenage girl fighting cancer. Now that I think about it, I don’t really know why (you’ll see why I say this when you watch the video). Anyways, this video it made me sob, and my heart hasn’t stopped hurting yet, even though I watched it a half hour ago. It’s a mother singing a song she wrote to her daughter dying of cancer. Her daughter is lying in the bed in the video. She’s in a coma. Here, watch it:
I felt compelled to share this. Sorry for the short post, but I have no more to say. Bye.
Hey. So, I’m almost in tears right now. I just found out that the son of AJ’s school counselor, the mother of Amanda’s preschool best friend, has cancer. Please pray for Thomas and his family, especially that he will beat this beast. If you don’t pray, then please do something! Whatever you do, please do it!
P.S. His CaringBridge can be found here.
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