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darmenta1122 (@darmenta1122)

Alveolar soft part sarcoma

Cancer | Last Active: Jun 17 12:26pm | Replies (7)

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@gynosaur42 thank you for your reply has moved us all. My family and I really appreciate your good wishes. Surgery went very well and doctor was able to remove the tumor completely from her leg and all the bad cells around it. We are so thankful for him his such a good doctor and person he has been so sweet to my little sister. She will will be having her next appointment June 12 to determine the next step in this critical journey. We been very positive and holding on to God hands. My sister has been very strong idk how she does it, she gave birth in Nov and the reason we found out about her tumor was because the day she gave birth she notice her leg being swollen in abnormal way. At that time we didn’t know what it was nor doctors couldn’t determine what was wrong until an mri/ct scans 5 months later. It’s very sad that she can’t enjoy her motherhood like she should, but we look at the positive side of the circumstances. And if it wasn’t for her little angel she would’ve ignored all the signs for this cancer and who knows what would’ve happened. It’s been hard finding support with people with same diagnosis. It would be very good for them to get to know each other and become support for each other. You will be in my prayers as well for this young person to continue to have faith and hope that one day there will be a cure.

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I wanted to let you know that I have also added this discussion to the
– Adolescent & Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Support Group https://connect.mayoclinic.org/group/adolescent-young-adult-aya-cancer/

@darmenta1122, how are YOU doing?