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Comments by Juanita on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Dear Gibbons Family.. I stumbled across your site this morning and am so grateful that I did. Your family's story is validating to me just how important all our prayers are. I'm Native American and in our ceremonies we never forget to pray and give thanks for those that have gone on before us. And for those that are yet to be~ As a woman and a Mother, my prayers for all our babies will never stop~ And as a Mother that's lost two Spirit Babies before they could be born.. I know they're still with me and my son as our very own Angels~ Peace, Love and Blessings to you all

Comments by Sheila Nunez on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Hi, I am a syudent at American Career College in Norco, California. I am studying to be an Ultrasound Medical Sonographer. Just thought that I would introduce myself and show my support to you. You're in my thoughts!

Comments by angela garcia on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Sorry I haven't kept in touch, thank you for being patient and also for responding to my question.I will keep you all in my prayers. Desiree's bloodwork was lower it's 2.5. She is still under the care of her Guardian Angels.

Comments by Stephanie Dombrowski on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Update on Lauren. She is now 9 months old and her AFP levels continue to yo-yo. They are in the 130 range. The mass that they thought was scar tissue they suspect may contain more germ cells. They are going to do surgery on this site and hopes the caner is contained in that area. They are still holding off on chemo. I ask that who ever reads this to pray for baby Lauren's healing. Thank you, Stephanie(Lauren's mom)

Comments by Melanie Jensen on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
I am 22 weeks along in my first pregnancy with twin boys. Baby B has been diagnosed with SCT. We have only been to the specialist once (so far), but reading your story is very insprational. Thank you

Comments by stephanie dombrowski on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Lauren's CT scan showed a 1 inch mass near the site of where her tumor was removed, it has grown since the last CT was done. Her oncologist feels that it is probably scar tissue, it may need to be removed. More bloodwork this week.

Comments by Susan Kelly, CO on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
My daughter is 9 years old and a SCT survivor. She completed for rounds of chemo when she was 2 years old since her AFP was climbing....she is PERFECT!!! Thank you for this site!

Comments by stephanie dombrowski on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Laurens AFP levels are going up. Another CT scan and back to bi-weekly bloodwork. Please keep her in your prayers that the cancer/tumor has not returned.

Comments by Annie Monetti on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Thank you so much, i am a nervous stressed parent of a six month old baby who had her tumor removed...it helps reading your site, i just want to know why? how do these tumors arise? how can i help others?

Comments by patricia ng-kong on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
god bless your family

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