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Cheryl Fletcher-SanFord
145 days ago

Ellen, I have you on chanel 10 every day. I really want to meet you. I have had cancer for awhile. Both breast has been removed. But I look like a freak. The doctor that put in the in plant's messup. And he moved away. Now I have one boob across. And no money to see another doctor. I some time ask for God to take me. But at 60 my son Daniel, has a hard time knowing I have cancer. my phone #2316454540 please call. We have so much snow. Ellen, really want to meet you.

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Averi Quinlan
151 days ago

Please help out my teacher Mrs Grady who has been diagnosed with NUT Midline Carcinoma. She is a great person and a mother of three young children. She really needs your help with getting throughout this very rare and terminal form of cancer.

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Jennifer Myers Kirton
240 days ago

On your show you asked for a hero. My son,33, father of three and husband has end stage Sarcoidosis . He is on chemo and steroids. He is remarkable in that he is still working, and trying to make his house safe. He was undiagnosed until disease has ravaged him. He was out of pain for about a month in the last 17 years. As he says I have had the end of life talk with family but I am not checking out. He was going to college but sickness stopped that. He holds down a full time job. He is city Commissioner and helps kids at school. He tries to work on house in spare time to make it safe. He is the type of person when neighbors lawn mower broke he and wife mowed their lawn. He is not on a sympathy trip and told me I can not cry. Their family is known for helping others. Last year they ran a campaign to get a families electric turned on and give the their first Christmas with a tree. I have seen him eat pancakes or cereal with water but made sure the kids had food

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622 days ago

@Jen Levine,
I came here to post the same story about Zoe Everett whose family was drastically affected by Superstorm Sandy. Here is her story on Wish Upon a Hero Foundation.

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Jen Levine
623 days ago

Check out this story about a college student whose parents both died in Hurricane Sandy. She's quitting school so she can raise her 3 siblings. How wonderful!

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