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These videos are from members of our very own community. If you have a video or YouTube Channel that you feel will help inspire others, let us know!
with Rane Bowen
Stomach Cancer Blog
Life without a stomach
The Gesundheit Kitchen “Chef without a Stomach” Hans Rueffert
A Day In The Life Of Stomach Cancer Survivor and Total Gastrectomy Patient – Michelle Lykokapis Founder Gastrectomy Connections.
The Story Behind the Seahorse Logo
When the original Facebook Page started in 2012, Michelle was searching for something that would represent the Stomachless Community. During her search of Stomachless creatures she came across the Seahorse. Symbolically Seahorses point to the importance of friendliness. Everyone needs a friend, and you can be one to others just by showing kindness, compassion, and generosity. She loved how this represented the intention behind what has now evolved into an amazing community.
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Hello, my name is Dale Tarrant and I currently live in Anderson, South Carolina. I am a US Navy and Army National Guard Veteran. My story begins in late September – early October of 2014. I was 53 years old at the time and had been experiencing some abdominal pain for...
I was asked by Missouri Baptist to be a speaker for their Art of Survivorship night back in October 2015. Here goes my first time to speak publicly about Cancer and how I feel about it. Survivorship…Surviving…coping Liza’s way. I find myself jumping into the deep end,...
After Heather’s mother passed away at age 44 of gastric cancer, and losing her grandfather to this disease, she wanted to do everything in her power to be proactive about her health risks, especially for her husband and daughter. At the age of 30, she was referred...
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