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What Is CancerHAWK & Why Am I Doing This?


In March of 2000, my 37 year old husband Alan was diagnosed with renal cell carcinoma.  We had his kidney removed and other than 3-4 follow up appointments and scans a year, that was it.  It was relatively simple.  We had such a beautiful life with three phenomenal, healthy, thriving children.  Life was perfect!

Then we came to the summer of...

Posted by Robyn Stoller on Tue 31st Jul 2012 1:36am


My Story, My Life, My Way….

Well, for me 2011 was a year that no matter what, I will never forget. It started out really bad with the diagnoses of pancreatic cancer but in the wake of this I have not only learned a lot but have come a long way.  I have heard so many times in my life that “people take so much for...

Posted by Bill Karabinus on Mon 30th Jul 2012 9:11pm

Self Respect in our World Today


Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Thoughts from Infusion with Jill & Carol, my oncology nurses…


I remember my first trip to Infusion and how horrified I was and how I was lied to by the oncologist I had at first… You know how people make promises to you most...

Posted by Bill Karabinus on Mon 30th Jul 2012 8:54pm


David Levey and Milo Pitkin

I will never be able to thank you enough for flying out from England to met and guide Milo in the last days of his life. You are a man of character, integrity and honor no different than Milo and we need a lot more of people like you to step forward and help make this world a better place.


Posted by Dayton Smith on Wed 25th Jul 2012 8:45pm


Living and Loving life

So ,here I am!! I am 54 years old and I have so many blessings in my life. It took me some time to stop and realize what those blessings are. I spent alot of time worrying about what I don't have. But through a lot of interesting experiences and a calling to care for the dying , I have...

Posted by Gwenn Dalton on Thu 12th Jul 2012 12:06pm


Lucky this time!

I recently had brain surgery to assess the strange image on my brain scan. I already have a brain tumour that is being kept an eye on (and one that I had removed in 2006) so there was a likelihood that ti was another. Last Wednesday, three weeks post surgery, I had a call to say that it is not...

Posted by Victoria Griffiths on Sun 8th Jul 2012 4:51pm


Sum Total

The place, finally where one can say what he or she wants to say.

Our modern lives are littered with evidence of our existence. Emails “in and out boxes", aftershaves, dirty pairs of socks on the floor, photos from holidays or cards we have written.

Work that we have done, payslips and bank statement scatter our world we live in showing them...

Posted by David Levey on Thu 28th Jun 2012 3:11pm


Precious Notes

I don't have cancer but I do suffer from a chronic long term disease which will eventually rob me of the ability to dress, feed and write. Immortum is giving me the opportunity to get down a whole life's worth of family history/stories and special memories which I can leave for the very precious person that is my son. Immortum...

Posted by Sarah Marjoribanks on Tue 26th Jun 2012 3:51pm