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Comments by emma Omaonlai on Friday, May 25, 2007 IP Logged
My daughter Megan was born with mainly internal sct. Successfully removed at 9 days, given the all clear at 7 years old. she is now 12 and perfect.
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Comments by Jennifer Adams on Monday, March 19, 2007 IP Logged
Our darling dauther is almost a month younger than your son. We too went through VERY similar expierence (although we did not know her tumor until after her birth). All is well. What amazing miracles we have! God Bless you and your family!
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Comments by Jade on Sunday, March 04, 2007 IP Logged
I just came to read the update, and am thrilled to see new photos. Elijah has grown so much, what a cutie! Glad that his AFPs are normal. Kate's are normal now too, and she is a very active 2 & 1/2 year old who will be a big sister this coming August. Give your kids a big hug for us.
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Comments by Shelley Whittaker on Saturday, March 03, 2007 IP Logged
I am a survivor of SCT, I was 43 years old.

Comments by Brenda on Friday, February 16, 2007 IP Logged
Michael, Your website is informative and inspiring. Elijah and his sisters are beautiful! My granddaughter Jasmine is an SCT and cancer survivor and a beautiful, thriving 4 year old!
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Comments by felicity on Tuesday, February 13, 2007 IP Logged
hi, my daughter was born with a type 2 sct diagnosed at 26 weeks. she had no buttocks when she was born and it was the same size as her head. she will be one on the 17/02 can't believe it. god has been by her side and he will remain. best wishesxxx
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Comments by Amanda Wu on Wednesday, January 10, 2007 IP Logged
I wanted to thank you for your amazing website. I am 18 years old, and 23 weeks pregnant with a little girl. She has a large SCT which they say is almost all external (Thank God) Charlotte is going to have a rough go of it, she also has a deformity with her left hand, it's going to be pretty much useless. It's nice to have others who have been through something like this, I live in a small town in Oregon and the doctors here have never actually seen an SCT. It's all been so scary. My prayers go out to all of you and your children and angels.
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Comments by sally on Tuesday, December 19, 2006 IP Logged
My daughter was born with an entirely internal huge sct 17 years ago, diagnosed post birth. She survived and had no problems againts the odds. These days she is just one of those teenagers like any other.
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Comments by Stephanie Dombrowski on Thursday, November 02, 2006 IP Logged
I wrote in about a year ago. My daughter Lauren was diagnosed at my 20 week ultrasound. Her SCT was 1 pound solid external mass & connected internal fluid filled. It also containe a malignant Germ cell tumor. She needed a second surgery at 8 months to remove a regrowth and 4 rounds of chemo. She will be 2 on Nov. 10 and just had her port removed. She is cancer free and heatlhy. You would never know what she has been through over the past two years except for the scars on her bottom and stomach and chest (where her port was.) She is happy and we are too (finally!)
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Comments by Jessica Miller on Monday, October 23, 2006 IP Logged
My baby was diagnosed with an SCT tumor at 20 weeks also. She developed heart failure and was given 99-100% chance of not surviving. Doctors gave up on her and were just waiting for her to pass away. I started having mirror syndrome (like preecclampsia) and so they did an emergency c-section at 27.5 weeks gestation only for my sake because I was so sick. My baby showed all the doctors and did amazing. Her tumor was removed, she was in the NICU for two months, and then was able to come home. Her name is Riley Faith and she's now 8.5 pounds! She will have reconstructive surgery in the next 6 months, but other than that, she's doing great. Never give up, no matter what the doctors negatively tell you. If your baby is meant to survive, he/she will. Love in Christ, Jessica M. Rockford, Illinois.
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