some extra prayers for cindy31

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some extra prayers for cindy31

Postby missjv » Sat Feb 02, 2008 5:09 pm

just read a fellow colon club members website cindy31 and she is in intensive care with breathing problems. just thought i would share this with everyone so we all can say a prayer for her tonight. i have been emailing with her and have not heard from her lately and i checked her site www.supportcindy.org and read the update from her friends and saw the news that she is not doing well. thanks everyone.

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Postby pantherfan » Sat Feb 02, 2008 6:25 pm

I will pray for her - missjv

When I think about people who have battled back from Stage IV cancer I always think about you. I admire your feisty-ness. Many of you on this forum have been an inspiration to me.

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Postby bradyr » Sat Feb 02, 2008 9:24 pm

i'll pray here tonight and in church tommorow.
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Postby AugustWest » Sun Feb 03, 2008 3:03 am

I'm sending prayers and best thoughts to Cindy
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Re: some extra prayers for cindy31

Postby Guest » Sun Feb 03, 2008 9:57 am

missjv wrote:just read a fellow colon club members website cindy31 and she is in intensive care with breathing problems. just thought i would share this with everyone so we all can say a prayer for her tonight. i have been emailing with her and have not heard from her lately and i checked her site www.supportcindy.org and read the update from her friends and saw the news that she is not doing well. missjv


I'm not familiar with Cindy's situation. Was she diagnosed with rectal cancer and when was she diagnosed?? She looks so young.
Cynthia

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Postby klryder02 » Sun Feb 03, 2008 4:48 pm

If I remember correctly, Cindy was married within the last year. Their wedding may have been over the summer.
29, stage IV, diagnosed Oct. 2006, currently on Oxaliplatin, 5-FU, and Vectibix.
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Postby helen098 » Sun Feb 03, 2008 5:59 pm

My prayers are with her and her family
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Postby bradyr » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:00 am

I don't want to push my religion on anyone. however, I would like you to know when I prayer for folks, some details for anyone who might be interested.

I'm catholic. There is a priest from my orignal home town, New Orleans, Father Xavier Seelos, who was died just after the Civil War. He has been beatificated by the Pope and we believe he may be made a saint soon.

Father Seelos has been important in my life, even before I got cancer. Often in my life have prayer to God and asked Father Seelos to assist me in my request. There are many, many people in the monthly newsletter who have testimonials of people with cancer having prayers answered thru the intercession of father Seelos.

Now i've never prayered for any such intercession in my case, I only point out others have. In my own case, my prayers thru father Seelos are more about a more personal feeling of peace and well being. But I meantion, in case others are interested.

the prayer I pray is
O My God, I truly believe You are present with me. I adore Your limitless perfections. I thank You for the graces and gifts You gave to Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos. If it is Your holy will, please let him be declared a saint of the Church so that others may know and imitate his holy life. Through his prayers please give me this favor ... (HERE MENTION YOUR SPECIAL INTENTIONS)

the web site for the seelos center is http://seeelos.org

I don't post this to attempt to convet anyone, but rather just as information that might be of interest because this has been been of a personal comfort to me.
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Postby nodo » Mon Feb 04, 2008 10:06 am

How is Cindy? Sending prayers to her and her family...

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RIP CIndy!!

Postby Guest24 » Wed Feb 06, 2008 11:24 am

I have been logging on to her site daily after this post. RIP Cindy! You and your family are in my prayers. :(

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Postby bradyr » Wed Feb 06, 2008 1:05 pm

her site http://www.supportcindy.org/ says:

February 5, 2008 ~ Cindy passed away peacefully at 11:42 pm at UCI Medical Center from colon cancer. She was 32 years old.


very sad - she was so very young and her fight with colon cancer was so brief.
bradyr
DX 2/07 mets liver/bone/brain/spleen
Foxfox/avastin 3-6/07
bone mets 5 times
xedada 9-7/07
Folfri 1-6/07
GammaKnife brain lesion 1/08
SIRT Spheres rlobe 7/08 llobe 8/08
cyberknife brain 10/08
Brain surgery 1/09
Vebctibix 1-4/09

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Postby eitter » Wed Feb 06, 2008 2:15 pm

I am Sooooooooooooo saddened by this! I was away last week in Cindy's beloved Hawaii! So I was not aware what was going on!

I signed on to her one thousand crane project last year and knew about her before she came over to the colon club.

In fact go read her journal, on January 16th 2008 she was all excited and feeling good. I left for Hawaii on January 27th and come back and she is gone on the 5th. Wow! We all just do not know!

May's God's Blessings be with her family!
Blessings,
Liz DENNIS
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6 Weeks radiation with 5FU
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Temp Ileo, reversal failed in 05/07 after 1m in hospital came out with a permanent colostomy
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My Sympathies

Postby margotmagoo » Sat Feb 09, 2008 12:47 am

I am so devastated to hear that this disease has taken another loved one away. Stay strong everyone, Margot
"Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take....but rather by the number of moments that take our breath away"
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Some extra prayers for Cindy31

Postby wellnesswoman » Mon Feb 11, 2008 7:06 pm

I read Cindy's journal. It is heartbreaking. I am so sorry. Whenever I remotely think of taking a "cancer holiday" from advocating, writing, speaking about it, I realize I cannot.

Just so sad.....


Deborah

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Postby missjv » Mon Feb 11, 2008 8:50 pm

it is very sad she was such a fighter and so young it is very depressing when this happens. she was a very thoughtful person she would email me to see how i was doing even though she was having such a rough time herself. the fact that she was concerned for me shows what a great person she was and she will surely be missed by her family and friends and even though i only met her through email i will miss her as well.

missjv


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