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My dear friend Joe (whom I've known since we were silly teenagers), at a mere age of 26, has been diagnosed with a brain tumor which is cancerous. Needless to say, I was floored when I heard the news. Joe was the last person I would suspect that would be hit with such an ailment. But he's a fighter, and he's gonna kick this thing in the ass.

I am adding a little gray ribbon to my site (as well as sporting a real one on my lapel), courtesy of Support the Fight, to encourage awareness of Joe's and many others' illness. There are other ribbons to represent other types, if someone close to you is fighting a different kind of cancer.

Support the fight. Choose Hope.



Sorry to hear that.

transmitted by Plebism on May 23, 2003 12:27 PM

I am big into positive thoughts. Sending a bunch over your way & his!

transmitted by :: jozjozjoz :: on May 23, 2003 03:21 PM

That's very unfortunate. One of my younger sisters actually had a brain tumor about eight years ago due to a hereditary disease known as Retinal Blastoma. Cancer is something that my family and I are highly familiar with.

transmitted by kat on May 25, 2003 02:38 AM
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