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#FranksFight

Testicular Cancer Awareness

 (BEP)
Aug-Oct of 2011 

Frank did four cycles as an outpatient

This picture was taken in September of 2011

(STEM CELL TRANSPLANT)

Nov-Dec 2012 


Frank was admitted in Boston from Nov-Dec 2012


This picture was taken only days after he was admitted

(Gemcitabine and Oxaliplatin)

June 2013


Frank was scheduled for two cycles however he has only been able to make it through one


What will happen next for treatment we don't know however he is now classified as terminal

(TIP) 

July-September 2012 


Frank did three cycles however for each cycle he was admitted to the hospital for five days. 


This picture was taken as he waited to get everything started.

Frank's thoughts during the June 2013 treatment

"Since i was diagnosed with cancer i have never lost hope. I have fought with absolutely everything i have. No matter how bad things got i kept my head up and i kept smiling. Being told i am now in end stage cancer and terminal it is so crushing. Everyone has said keep fighting it can be cured and don't ever give up hope. Now my hope is all gone and now the priority is just sticking around as long as i can. I don't consider it giving up because i will still fight because even though my life will be ending shorter than it should it sure as hell won't be tomorrow. There is a reason that every single one of you is on my friends list and i have memories from all of you whether you realize it or not. If you want to know just ask. Make sure you all do me a favor, the very next chance you have to tell someone you love them or what they mean to you or just a hug PLEASE do it. Goodnight all." -Frank Edge