Vicki’s Story

Jun 23, 2020 | Survivor of the Week

Let me start by saying I have never smoked a day in my life, so when I was diagnosed with esophageal cancer I was floored. My original diagnosis was in 2006. Battled with chemotherapy and radiation for 14 months. My second diagnosis was in 2012. 24 chemotherapy treatments later and cancer free. My most recent diagnosis was November of 2019. Chemo and radiation once again and as of March 2020 cancer free. Currently on maintenance chemotherapy. I cried over losing my hair twice but I still have my life and I am blessed beyond measure. I have three children whom I love with all I have. This disease may get me down but I won’t go without a fight.

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