Living As A Cancer Survivor

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My name is Mark Kelly. I am a 28-year survivor of a rare, deadly cancer called Rhabdomyosarcoma.

On December 12, 1990 doctors gave me 6 months to live but God had other plans. 

AFTER BEATING CANCER ANOTHER BATTLE CONTINUES
I started this page along with my GFM page because living with the side effects of chemo and radiation took away my ability to work a consistent job.

From 1999-2008 I was a researcher at ESPN where I won 2 Emmy Awards. Due to the radiation damage and surgery to remove lymph nodes,I developed Crohn’s disease and Lymphedema which I managed to control at first, but eventually became so overwhelming I could no longer work.

NEVER GIVE UP!
My my goal is to inspire those like me who have been permanently disabled by side effects of cancer to not give up and that God gives us all talents that we can give back to others
 
The exhausting battle I fight everyday can take away all my hope and make me want to give up.

WHAT A DIFFERENCE YOU MAKE
I can’t describe the feeling when you know others believe in you and your story enough to jump in the hole with you and fight. The hope and encouragement it gives motivates and sustains me. Please never doubt the difference your generosity can make on someone who has the desire and work ethic to achieve, yet is unable because it was taken away
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I need your help and support. With my blog and my bookMy Scars Tell A Story”, I am committed to doing everything I can to show those who donate I will never give up and continue to use my story to give others hope that they to can rise above the side effects of cancer.

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Thank you for visiting my Patreon Page.

My name is Mark Kelly. I am a 28-year survivor of a rare, deadly cancer called Rhabdomyosarcoma.

On December 12, 1990 doctors gave me 6 months to live but God had other plans. 

AFTER BEATING CANCER ANOTHER BATTLE CONTINUES
I started this page along with my GFM page because living with the side effects of chemo and radiation took away my ability to work a consistent job.

From 1999-2008 I was a researcher at ESPN where I won 2 Emmy Awards. Due to the radiation damage and surgery to remove lymph nodes,I developed Crohn’s disease and Lymphedema which I managed to control at first, but eventually became so overwhelming I could no longer work.

NEVER GIVE UP!
My my goal is to inspire those like me who have been permanently disabled by side effects of cancer to not give up and that God gives us all talents that we can give back to others
 
The exhausting battle I fight everyday can take away all my hope and make me want to give up.

WHAT A DIFFERENCE YOU MAKE
I can’t describe the feeling when you know others believe in you and your story enough to jump in the hole with you and fight. The hope and encouragement it gives motivates and sustains me. Please never doubt the difference your generosity can make on someone who has the desire and work ethic to achieve, yet is unable because it was taken away
.
I need your help and support. With my blog and my bookMy Scars Tell A Story”, I am committed to doing everything I can to show those who donate I will never give up and continue to use my story to give others hope that they to can rise above the side effects of cancer.

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