FBVideoDownloader.info is a facebook video downloader online, this tool helps you download facebook videos by grabs direct links to download and save for free
I Had Cancer
today at 00:45. Facebook
Do you like the stories we share on the IHadCancer blog? So many of them are written by survivors, fighters and supporters who also have their own books. If you enjoy what you read on IHC, check out these 10 books, written by some of our top writers. #IHCFamily

10 Books Written By Cancer Fighters, Survivors, and Supporters

ihadcancer.com
I Had Cancer
yesterday at 00:30. Facebook
She is… strength

An infusion of warrior with authentic spirit
An embodiment of resilience exposing her fight in a tumultuous journey

Her smile brightens despite the darkness hidden
and her perseverance takes the lead
despite the exhaustion her body endures.

She has simply mastered walking chin-up despite her downs
with no appearance of frowns.

[Click on link to read whole poem]

Her Crown | Cancer Poem

ihadcancer.com
I Had Cancer
12/05/2016 at 20:41. Facebook
With a lack of resources, both educational and financial, Carrie couldn't address her gut feeling that something wasn't right with her cycles. This is your #UterineCancerAwareness announcement for the week.

"I had always had menstrual problems, ever since I began puberty. Eventually I was diagnosed with anemia from unexplained vaginal bleeding. Yes, that was the exact diagnosis from the...
View details ⇨
I Had Cancer
12/04/2016 at 23:30. Facebook
"Today was a big day! Today I had the courage to shave my head and OWN MY STORY!!!!" - Claudia, Colon and Rectal Cancer fighter

Connect with Claudia on IHC:
I Had Cancer
12/04/2016 at 14:30. Facebook
"Some days are better than others, but when it comes down to it, some days are just hard. There's no inspirational quote or uplifting book that is going to change that. We appreciate it when you try, but sometimes all we need is a supportive hand to hold, and an understanding that sometimes it's just going to be hard, but that it won't stay that way forever. "

5 Things People With Cancer Want You to Know

ihadcancer.com
I Had Cancer
12/04/2016 at 09:16. Facebook
"In a world full of fear, sadness, and anger I hope that this video can warm some hearts and remind you that hope is stronger than fear, and that there are beautiful kind people in this world."

This video by Daynah Kingston is touching and she's a complete sweetheart. Thank you for sharing, Daynah!

Regaining My Life After Cancer

In a world full of fear, sadness, and anger I hope that this video of can warm some hearts and remind you that hope is stronger than fear, and that there are...

YOUTUBE.COM
I Had Cancer
12/03/2016 at 15:49. Facebook
"After twenty-four completely healthy years of life I was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor and found myself facing surgery, radiation, chemo, and the very real possibility of death. As someone fortunate enough to have grown up without any illness, everything was monumental and overwhelmingly alien. I think it started from a place of pure disbelief, but I processed the experience...
View details ⇨

I Used Art to Connect With Myself After My Cancer Diagnosis

ihadcancer.com
I Had Cancer
12/03/2016 at 03:00. Facebook
"My father was diagnosed with stage III gastric cancer in 2016 and his cancer quickly metastasized to his lymph nodes. After several chemotherapy and radiation treatments he unfortunately passed earlier this month. It was a tough emotional battle as I witnessed my father battle his cancer." - Victor, caregiver. Thank you, Victor, for opening up about
your experience. Our thoughts are with you...
View details ⇨
I Had Cancer
12/03/2016 at 00:30. Facebook
"I was in France when I received my cancer diagnosis and suddenly there was no other place where I wanted to be. I needed to be near my family and surrounded by people who spoke my native language. I was terrified and felt like a little girl, so I needed reassurance and the absolute certainty that I would understand every single word that would be thrown my way. But more importantly I wanted...
View details ⇨

This Is Why I Chose to Receive Cancer Care in France

ihadcancer.com
I Had Cancer
12/02/2016 at 00:45. Facebook
"Are you paying attention to your mental health? How about sexuality? Are you having problems coping at work? Maybe mental fogginess, joint aches, or fatigue? Please speak to your doctor and get some help. Do not suffer in silence and no, these problems are not in your head. They are very real problems that can last a long time after cancer treatments. There are also possible remedies and...
View details ⇨

An Open Letter to Anyone With Breast Cancer

ihadcancer.com
I Had Cancer
12/01/2016 at 16:15. Facebook
"We could use a hug. Really, really could use a hug. And sometimes, really, that's all you can do. And sometimes that's enough. So hug someone today. You just might make their day."

Thank you, Michael, for your bravery in sharing this with us. That sentiment is shared by the founder behind IHadCancer, which is why instead of "likes" on our site, you give "hugs" -- to show that you understand...
View details ⇨
I Had Cancer
12/01/2016 at 01:15. Facebook
Today is another cancerversary that we're happy to celebrate with Sam Eiffert. Congratulations!

"Nobody can prepare you to hear those three little words "you have cancer." Diagnosed nov 30, 2010 with Stage 3b cervical cancer I knew I would be in for the fight of my life. As I approach my 6 year cancerversary I realize that I have grown from my fight and discovered an inner strength I never...
View details ⇨
I Had Cancer
12/01/2016 at 00:15. Facebook
"Following diagnosis and when treatment is over is when it gets even harder. It’s not over just because I no longer receive chemotherapy. No longer being under 24/7 supervision with a disease I have a roughly 20% chance of surviving is scary! Every sneeze and bruise will be a cause for concern and terrify me."

5 Things Your Friend Who Beat Cancer Wants You To Know

ihadcancer.com
I Had Cancer
11/30/2016 at 16:15. Facebook
"I wish I'd have known to put lotion on my hands & feet, everyday. By the time I figured it out, my hands & feet were cracked & bleeding. Watch your grip on hand railings if you get neuropathy. That numbness in the hands and feet can be tricky to navigate."

8 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Chemo

slack-redir.net
I Had Cancer
11/30/2016 at 08:45. Facebook
"My least favorite words are now, 'You already told me that.' You don't realize it, but it is so embarrassing to hear that."

10 Things Cancer Survivors Want You To Know About Chemo Brain

ihadcancer.com
I Had Cancer
11/30/2016 at 00:45. Facebook
"I was 41-years old, a husband, father of three girls, and an Army officer, and now a man with stage IV prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is not only an old man’s disease and I am living proof. In the Army, we teach our soldiers to persevere, to fight to overcome even life’s toughest obstacles, and there was no question that this would be one of them."

#Movember #MensHealth #ProstateCancer

I Was an Army Colonel for 20 Years And Prostate Cancer Was My Toughest Battle

ihadcancer.com
When a loved one gets cancer, it's hard to find the right words to say, let alone the right gifts to give. The ideas below are all meant to make the cancer experience easier for everyone involved, no matter what type of cancer the patient is faced with.

Take advantage of #CyberMonday with some of these great deals (promo codes included) and please let us know what else we should add to the list!

12 Great Gift Ideas For Cancer Patients

ihadcancer.com
A lot of people in our community have contributed reasons they think caused their cancer. Do you have any ideas? You can take the survey here: [ Surveymonkey.com Link ]

All answers in this survey are completely anonymous and none of your personal information will be revealed, so you can be completely honest.

What do you think caused your cancer? Survey

surveymonkey.com
"With it came the realisation that I cannot rely on my health like I used to. Not knowing how my body would deal with this was very unsettling. Even though I knew it's very common at this time of year with the weather changing, it was still a big reminder of my compromised health. It dragged on for two weeks and my thoughts were constantly brought back to that fateful day..."

I Miss The Days When I Didn’t Have to Worry About Catching a Cold

ihadcancer.com
"I remember the first time I met Nick.

I picked him up at the airport, and he was this tall, skinny 18 year old from Utah wearing white sunglasses. He was an amazing combination of teenage-cool-kid and old soul. I loved everything about him on the spot, and Nick was instantly the kind friend you would call a 'kindred spirit,' if 'kindred spirit' didn't sound so lame.I remember the moment I...
View details ⇨

I've Had a Lot of Sick Friends

ihadcancer.com