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Jingle Bells! (The Lupus Holiday Remix)

Yes lovies, lets all have a laugh! Delight in the humor of life because there are people all over the world who are going through tougher times than we are. Let's fight the blues together this holiday season with laughter, cheer, love, and if you must a lovely dash of sarcasm! So lets all share different ways to beat the blues so we can all have a joyous holiday! Here are some of my favorite ways to spread some cheer!

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Victoria and Alan’s Power Story (Lupus and GIST)

Alan's Story (GIST)

I have Lupus and Scleroderma and my spouse has GIST (gastrointestinal stromal tumor) stage 4. This is is a very rare cancer affecting the digestive tract or nearby structures within the abdomen. He was diagnosed in 2004 and the tumor was removed only for the cancer to return in 2006 and spread to …

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Dealing with the Holiday Season

Feeling a little bah humbug about the holidays this year? The expectation to deck the halls and be jolly is overwhelming, especially when you’re going through breast cancer treatment or have just finished treatment.  The last thing you feel like doing is being jolly, and it may seem like others …

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Amy’s Fight Like A Girl Story (Lupus)

Amy's Story (Lupus)

Lately, even as sick as I am — recovering from a lupus flare that began six months ago — I’ve learned to be grateful for the disease I have. My appreciation slowly started maybe about a year ago when I was starting to feel somewhat better and was told I might be going …

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Giving Thanks For Cranberry’s Healthy Benefits

Many people load up on cranberries around the holiday season. Who doesn’t enjoy homemade cranberry sauce or a fresh cranberry salad? But many people forget that the health benefits of eating cranberries are available throughout the year. This amazing red berry is a rich source of phytochemicals that make it …

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