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Taking Care of Me (For a Change!)

by on ‎07-08-2015 02:43 PM

My Dear Friends...

 

As most of you know, I have been out on sick leave since the beginning of June. As promised, I would like to share with you what has been going on in my life. But first, I want to again, send you my most heartfelt gratitude for your kind notes, Facebook posts, cards, well-wishes, and most of all, your prayers. I have read every single one and they have meant the world to me and have really helped me to feel much better already!!

 

Now that I am up and about and can definitely see the light at the end of the tunnel, I feel it is time to let you know what's up. There have been a few speculations popping up on Facebook and the QVC Community pages (no, I have not had knee replacement surgery) and I know it is only because you have been so worried. I asked my fellow Hosts to keep all of this private until I could tell you myself, which is why you haven't heard anything yet. So here is my story.

 

I have always loved the color pink...it's been my favorite since I was a tiny girl. Pink KitchenAid mixer, pink Ninja, pink peonies in my garden, pink sneakers, pink pedicures, lots of pink in my personal Carolyn's Closet. I have always hated cancer. Cancer took the life of my younger brother when he was only 14. Cancer has tried to take other close family members, but luckily they survived. In February, I went for a regular 3D mammogram, then had an ultrasound, and then another "mini" mammogram, and finally was told I needed a biopsy. I was terrified....I had never had anything but normal mammograms my entire life. My mother is a breast cancer survivor (for over 20 years), so I was always diligent about getting mine done, as one can have a greater chance of getting it if one has an immediate family member who has had it. The doctor said not to worry, the vast majority of biopsies come back totally normal. But they have to make sure if they see something even slightly suspicious on a mammogram. I was starting to "think pink".

 

So, I had the biopsy done in early March and it came back positive for a common, early stage, non-invasive breast cancer called DCIS. My world was getting pinker. My doctor (one of two surgeons that I have come to adore) told me at that point that I would need a lumpectomy, probably followed by radiation treatments. However, because of my family history with breast cancer, and my age (56), he recommended that I have an MRI to make sure there was nothing that they may have missed. So I had the MRI and it showed additional areas of DCIS on the same side. The other side showed nothing abnormal going on.

 

My doctor now told me that because there was more than one area of this non-invasive cancer on that side, he could not guarantee to get it all out with a lumpectomy, and he recommended a simple mastectomy. He also suggested that I think about having a double, or bilateral mastectomy, again, because of my family history and my age. So, after discussing everything with my husband, and my parents and sisters, and a couple of good friends who have been through this, I decided to be brave, to be proactive, to think about my future health and to have the whole thing done...both sides now, as they say. I want to be sure to let you know, this was a very personal decision, and it is not necessarily the right one for everyone, but it was for me. You should always discuss your own situation with your doctor.

 

My husband and I also interviewed several highly recommended plastic surgeons and decided on one amazingly talented doctor, who has made this entire process so much easier for me to get through. My husband especially enjoyed the meeting we had to discuss breast implants, as you can imagine. This doctor injected just the right amount of humor into the discussion, so that we both felt completely at ease and not embarrassed. It could have easily gone another direction. I told my husband that he now has something in common with Brad Pitt and Tom Hanks (other than being handsome and funny)...his wife will now have undergone the same surgery as their wives and he will be taking care of me, just like they took care of Angelina and Rita.  As it turns out, both of my surgeons are Chiefs of Surgery in their specialty areas at the hospital that I chose. I have been VERY well taken care of by these two and their staffs.

 

Now, remember, all of this time (February through May) I was coming to work and not telling anyone anything....going on air, doing my shows with a smile. Thank goodness I am able to "compartmentalize" things in my brain, and was able to just concentrate on my shows and act like everything was fine. I would sometimes actually collapse into a chair in my dressing room at the end of my shift, so I could pull it together for meetings or just to walk down the hall to the cafeteria. I think I must have done a good job of fooling everyone, because when I finally told the Host team in a meeting shortly before I went out on leave, everyone was shocked. We all started crying. Everyone was so scared for me and I can tell you, David Venable's big bear hug was exactly what I needed at that moment. I have such a WONDERFUL family at QVC. The best people on the planet.

 

I left work on the last day of May and I had my surgery on  June 9th and returned home a couple of days later. Many prayers and two very talented surgeons later, everything went perfectly.

 

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Along with my husband, my parents were here, as well as two of my sisters. Siobain (the buyer for Denim and Co), who is like a sister to me, came each day to the hospital. My dear friend, Carolyn Pollack, also came to see me while I was there. After I got home, the first two weeks  were pretty rough...I will spare you the details....but I had lots of wonderful caregivers here, both human and furry, to help get me through.

 

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My fellow hosts have been an amazing support group.  They have cooked me the most delicious homemade meals (which Nancy Hornback, who is also a breast cancer survivor, has so kindly delivered to my door on several occasions)... Shawn Killinger organized a group of the hosts to send us healthy, yummy Blue Apron meals, which I can now cook at home myself. The hosts send me wonderful messages every day to cheer me up! My good friend, and Social partner, Kaitlin, sent over a super fun care package and has also been taking over my FB page for me while I've been out, to post fun and interesting things for me.  I have received the most beautiful flower arrangements from so many thoughtful, caring folks...family, friends and co-workers.

 

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My amazing step-daughter, Erin, comes to the house every single day after work to check on me and help me with pet care. I am forever grateful to her. I've heard from my dear high school and college pals, my California pals, my radio pals. I have received many beautiful get well cards from the kindest people...I have them all displayed on my family room mantel.

 

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And of course the messages from all of you on my Facebook page, which have shown me such overwhelming kindness and caring. I can't even begin to tell you how special you have made me feel and how loved. I am so humbled by your care and concern.  

 

So, how am I doing now? Great! I just got off the phone with my sunshine pal, Phillip Watson, and as I told him, I believe the worst is over for me. At least, the scariest part is behind me.

 

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I am currently undergoing the reconstruction process, which, in my case, will take a couple of months. I should be able to return in late August. I am very fortunate that the cancer I had was found really early, thanks to getting my regular mammogram, and that it was non-invasive. If I had waited, or had skipped my mammogram, the non-invasive cancer could have turned into something much worse. Because I was proactive and had it removed and opted for the bilateral mastectomy, and because nothing invasive was found in the post-surgical pathology tests, I am now considered cancer free. I will not need chemo or radiation. I am very lucky. Many cancer patients have to go through much worse than me. Their bravery and grace are my inspiration. God Bless them.

 

My message to all of you is to please TAKE CARE OF YOU. It is so hard for us women to do that simple thing. We always worry about everyone else and put ourselves at the back of the line. Please start today, to change that mindset. I know sometimes we may put off going to the doctor for one reason or another there’s no reason not to. There is every reason to take care of yourself. That husband, those kids, grandkids, furry kids and friends. All those who love and need you in their life, would agree with me. Be brave. Be smart. THINK PINK.

 

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It's still my favorite color. Smiley Happy If you need or want any additional information about breast cancer, a wonderful source of information is www.breastcancer.org.

 

My love to you all and I'll be back on your favorite QVC programs before you know it!

Thank you again for all of your kind thoughts and prayers. I am going to be fine. Better than new! Smiley Happy

 

See you soon--

 

Carolyn XOXO

 

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on ‎07-08-2015 07:54 PM

Thank you for sharing your experience. Hope your recovery continues to be speedy.. I will be praying for you. Looking forward to your return in August .

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on ‎07-08-2015 07:55 PM

Glad to hear that you are on the mend.   I lost my mom to breast cancer 13 years ago and what would you know, two years laster my husband (yes, I said my husband) was diagnosed with Stage 4 male breast cancer.  He is now into being cancer free for 11 years...so there is hope and light at the end of what seems to be a long tunnel.  You are strong, you have a solid message, and a lot of support.  You go girl!

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on ‎07-08-2015 07:58 PM
We've missed you! Thank you for your post. I too am a breast cancer survivor and wish you the best as you recover.
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on ‎07-08-2015 07:59 PM

Carolyn, So wonderful of you to share your journey. Many happy thoughts and blessings are

sent your way. You are an amazing person and hope to see your warm smile on QVC soon.

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on ‎07-08-2015 07:59 PM

Hi Carolyn,

 

So happy to hear from you.  You are in my prayers and thoughts.  Your attitude is great and helpful in your recovery.  Best of everything to you and yours.  You look great.  I would guess more like 45.

 

terrywu

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:01 PM

Carolyn,

You are in my thoughts and prayers . I am so glad you are doing well. I have missed you and your beautiful smile.

You are a very strong woman surrounded by  so much wonderful love and support. My sister is also a breast cancer survivor and as scary as those exams are I too make sure I go every year. Stay strong and be well. HeartHeart

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:03 PM

Carolyn,

 

Bless your heart!  Prayers continue to be with you on your journey.  I know you may not realize it but you are an inspiration to your "viewer" friends.  You are very loved and I am so pleased events are winding down for you and have been so successful.  Take continued good care of yourself!

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:04 PM

Carolyn, I am so glad that you were diligent in taking care of your  screenings.   Please know that breast cancer is very near to me.  I lost my daughter in April after a 14 yr battle.  I recently went back to volunteering for Living Beyond Breast Cancer (lbbc.org).  They were so good to us during her battle that I feel I am honoring her by giving back. 

 

I wish you good health going forward and I hope that your message inspires other to take of themselves.

 

Prayers and good wishes, Kate

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:06 PM

Glad you are doing so well.   Best wishes. 

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:07 PM

Carolyn you are one special lady!  I'm so happy you were willing to tell us what happened to you.  Life is full of surprises. I had breast cancer 10 years ago on my right side, but have been clean ever since.  You are lucky you didn't have to do chemo or radiation. I did both. One drawback was when my hair grew back, it didn't grow back on top. so, I have to wear wigs all the time now.  but I'm okay with that.  Well, continue to get better and I will be praying for you. 

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:09 PM

Carolyn: You are in my prayers and I miss you.   I am thankful that THE ALMIGHTY was watching over you and you are doing better now. Looking forward to your return.  Love Lorraine and Kobi and Kory (my two fur babies - I call them my gardian angels).

 

 

 

 

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:10 PM

We have so much in common!  I had surgeries for a tumor in breast in May and found to be a rare tumor that few Doctors really know much about.  I had second surgery to remove a larger area and second tumor.   Fortunately I don't think chemo or radiation are in my future either.  I am happy your recovery is going well.  I will look forward to seeing you return soon.  Gentle hugs coming your way.

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:14 PM

Carolyn,

As tears stream down my face, I can only try to understand what you have gone through.  I pray that you have a quick and uneventful recovery.  God Bless You!

 

Debbie

 

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:15 PM

Dear Carolyn,

 

IThank you for your honest and heartfelt post.  We QVC shoppers (me) feel friendship with you and miss you when

you aren't on Denim and Co.!!!  You are a brave and strong woman! Take time to heal, rest and restore yourself.  God bless you and your family as you have walked through these days.   Yes, and thank the Lord for great,caring doctors and staff.  You are an example to us to be strong and fight this!  After all, your Mama is a survivor and you are too!  We (your fans-family) will look forward to seeing you, when the time is right!   You go girl! 

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:16 PM

Carolyn I am a 11 year breast cancer survivor. I was so overwhelmed when I got diagnosed at age of 51. I needed a mastectomy radiation and chemo but I have been going strong for the past 11 years.  What I want woman to know is GET YOUR MAMMOGRAMS!! It is a tough battle but it makes you realize how many people love and care about you.  I saved all the cards I rec'd from friends and family.  You are in my prayers and of course the fur babies always help us to smile. I know mine did. 

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:17 PM

Dear Carolyn:

 

As a breast cancer survivor of over 20 years myself, I completely understand how hard it is to hear the dreaded "C word".  You look amazing and I know that you will touch many lives with your incredibly positive attitude!  We miss your beautiful smile, hearing about your fur babies and most especially just spending time with you.

 

 

I hope you take this time focus on taking care of yourself. You have an incredible QVC family because, I'm sure ,you are equally supportive of them!

 

Know there's lots of prayers being sent up for you from this Southern viewer!

 

Lynne D. 

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:18 PM

So glad to hear that you are doing well!!!

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:20 PM

May God keep you in His loving and healing arms. With His and your family and friends strength you will make it through this a strong person. 💞

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:21 PM

Carolyn, I just read your blog and very happy to know you are ok.  First off, my story is, and was, just as scary, but 19 years later, I am here to talk about it.  Nineteen years ago, having breast cancer was not the same as it is now.  More is one, less is done.  I was 49 years old and not ready to give up my breast.  I did, because even though I had dense and benign tumors removed for years.  In fact,, my last surgery was just the prior August and everything was fine.  My story is just too long to put in a post, but I did have a modified radical mastectomy.  My constant supporter and helper was my twin sister.  She did research and read what I was to do and not do.  I went to an alternative oncologist and took numerous herbs, removed refined sugar from my diet, went to California to see Dr. Susan Love, went to a Chi Gong master, and acupuncture religiously for over ten years.  I wish I could tell you all of my experience in person, but everyone is different.  I have faith, which helps, but I also believe, it is not up to us.  When one of my co workers, and friend, called me years ago and was so shaken by her diagnosis, the first thing I said to her is:  don't panic.  She told me she never forgot that.  By the way, my cancer was not found in my breast, even though I was told, because of my history, I was being treated for breast cancer.  My original diagnosis was cancer of an undesclosed origin.  The oncologist I first saw had me take test after test to find the cancer and told us I better hope it was breast cancer.  I had the surgery and twenty five lymph nodes were removed but nothing was found in my breast.  I had a most aggressive chemo, reconstructive surgery, which was lengthy, wore a wig for a while.  How checking your breasts for anything was drilled in our minds, and even though it was and is important, my healthy, beautiful twin sister passed away last April from ovarian cancer, three years after she was misdiagnosed by her gynocologist.  I look forward to seeing you back on air and take good care.

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:23 PM

Carolyn,

 

So glad to hear you are now cancer 

free.  Miss you on the Q.  Take care and continue to

heal and get strong.  You will be in my thoughts and

prayers. You are truly blessed to have your family and 

friends for support.

Blessings, 

Pat

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:23 PM

Carolyn, I am so glad that you're on your way to a full recovery .Thanks for sharing your story.

Elaine Weiss

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:24 PM

THANK YOU FOR SHARING YOUR STORY... YOU ARE AMAZING, FILLED WITH LOVE AND KINDNESS .. SO BRAVE TO HAVE GONE THE ROUTE YOU TOOK ....MY SISTER (GOD REST HER SOUL ) PASSED AWAY AT 38 OF 2 TYPES OF AGGESTIVE BREAST CANC..YOU ARE BLESSED TO HAVE WHAT YOU DID AND YOUR DECISIONS YOU MADE . GOD HAS YOU HERE FOR A REASON ...YOU ARE A TURELY AND INSIRATION TO ALL WOMEN .. I ENJOY WATCHING YOU AS A GREAT HOST & YOUR PASSION FOR YOUR ANIMALS ..GOD BLESS YOU MY DEAR FRIEND..

WITH LOVE, JUDIE LEPIANKA QVC FAN...ESPECIALLY QUACKER FACTORY !

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:27 PM

Thinking of you during this time and journey in your life. Stay strong and Godspeed...

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:29 PM

Carolyn,

You are an inspiration to all women who have been through this ordeal. I have had MRI's,and biopsies a few times. Fortunately, they have all been negative, but it is so frightening when you go through such fear and stress. I am so grateful that you are ok and that you will be back to QVC . You are really missed!! I love your energy and your spirit. May you continue your journey with God's hands wrapped around you.You look well in your photos and your furry friends are there to see you through the days ahead, along with your wonderful family and your QVC family. You look like a young Kid in your photos!!! It will be so wonderful to see you back again. Be well...........Susan                                                     

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:32 PM

Hi Caroyn, we have been praying for you and are so happy that things are going for you.  August 2014 my wife Sue went for her mamo and they found something.  Like you she had the biopsy etc.  She had stage 1 so they did a lumpectomy in Oct. and then radiation.  She has been cancer free since then.  We met you a few years ago at a Berkenstock show, Sue had 130 pair.  We wish you continued good health and look forward to you coming back to QVC.

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:33 PM

I am so glad you shared with us.My mother died of cancer so I no what you was going thru.I took care of her everyday till she died.And I miss her everyday.I am glad they cought yours in time.Love and miss you.Glad to see you are getting better.Can't wait till you come back.Love you!!!! The Best Host On QVC!!!

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:35 PM

Sorry,I didn't sign my name,Karen W. from Lynchburg,Va.

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:38 PM

Thank you so much for sharing your story with all of us. I have missed seeing your friendly smile and hearing about all your pets and latest gardening tips. I have wondered many times how you were and what was happening. I am sure that many others have as well. You certainly are a very strong & brave woman to have kept this all to yourself those months before surgery. I can undersatand your need for privacy though and I am so thankful and glad that everything went well and that you are recovering nicely!  It was nice to see the flowers, cards and your pics ( you look good Carolyn!) and I just want to let you know that I am so sorry for all that you went through but absolutely know you are going to do well and be better than ever!

Be well and heal quick! 

 

Connie

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:40 PM

So glad you are on your way to recovery. Thanks for posting your journey because you don't know how many people you could help. I enjoy watching you and all the hosts on QVC.  You all really do look like a family and that is what we all need.  You will be in my thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery.

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:41 PM

Thank you for sharing your story Carolyn.  I have missed your beautiful face on QVC.  So happy all is well healthwise for you, sounds like you have great friends and family that care soooo much !  You are lucky !  GOD bless you....many prayers for you.  BLT

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:41 PM

Thank you for sharing your story. Carolyn . So glad your feeling better. God Bless you . Happy to know your coming back . Take care of yourself,  Barbara Dimick 

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:43 PM
God bless you! Are thoughts and prayers are with you. Gentle Hugs.
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on ‎07-08-2015 08:43 PM

Dear Carolyn

I have never posted a comment before but after reading your story and it bringing me to tears, I felt compelled to write.  You are such a lovely person....so very real! I always enjoy your presentations no matter what you are selling.  I am so sorry you had to go through this journey but so very glad that the end results turned out so great!!!  I will keep you in my prayers and I am looking forward to seeing you at the Q.  My thougts and prayers are with you....Chris D.

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:45 PM

For many, many years, i volunteered @ the local Race for the Cure through Khoman (know it's mispelled - sorry). A friend from one of my jobs asked me to help - her mom, grandma, aunt, 2 sisters were all survivors and I was honored to help.  9 races laster, I had to quit.  I have been extraordinarily lucky - no breast cancer mom or 5 sisters.  But, several dear friends not so lucky.  The latest one was, like you early, early.  And she is doing very well. 

It seems like, to me, the best thing to do for pink ribbon ladies is to love, call, be the conscious voice (when needed) to just be there whenever needed or available for whatever.  You are blessed with family, friends, co-workers who are all doing just for YOU!! We, your fans, are your own pink ribbon prayer warriors, quietly in the background, but loudly praying for you and your family.  God bless you, Ms. Gracie - just know you are visibly missed and rememebered in  many prayers throughout QVCdom!!!

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:47 PM
God Bless you and may Jesus shower you with his Healings!! Carolyn stay strong. I am Praying for your recovery and for your family!!!❤ Even though I don't know you, I wish you all of God's Blessings!! On tv you show a Beautiful Soul and I wish someday I can meet you personally. You Rock Girl!!!
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on ‎07-08-2015 08:49 PM

 My dear Carolyn, 

 

Your blog really hit home with me today. Two years ago at the age of 59 I had my very first mammogram and ultimately it was found that I had the same type of cancer that you had! The doctors did a lumpectomy  and I went through 40 sessions of radiation and I am currently on year two of five years of taking tamoxifen.  Luckily only one breast was involved and I'm no worse for the wear except for a "dent" in my left breast. 😉

 

Since that time the doctors have suggested that I lose weight since I've been overweight my entire life. This past April 7 I had bariatric surgery and have lost 47 lbs!  The doctors have told me that if it wasn't for my breast cancer, the insurance company probably would not have approved me for bariatric surgery. 

 

I thank God, my friends and my family every day that my cancer was found early and as a result I am going to be a much happier and healthier person in the long run. I know  that you will remain the happy wonderful person you have always been. Much love, Mary in El Paso 

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:54 PM
Hi Carolyn, I was not aware of this and just wanted to express how proud I am of you and how much it means to us women that you share your personal story! I have my annual mammogram tomorrow which is my 54th birthday Smiley Wink I am always afraid every year I go since my mom died from 4th stage breast cancer 11 yrs ago and I believe she would still be here today if she would have practiced what she preached to me & my sister but she didn't!! She was diagnosed at Thanksgiving of 2003 & passed, Jan 26th, 2004 Smiley Sad I'm so happy that your taking care of yourself & stressing that importance to all women!! I have a 25 yr old daughter & stress this to her always! May God bless you with continued healing, happiness & good health! Stay positive & smile big, you are a beautiful, amazing woman that will have some new fabulous TaTa's Smiley Wink
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on ‎07-08-2015 08:58 PM

Carolyn you have my prayers ,as I just found out I have  cancer and this has been an on going trip from April till well after my birthday in august, My prayers and I'll be happy to see you back GOD BLESS YOU ,you are a great personCat EmbarassedWoman Embarassed

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on ‎07-08-2015 08:59 PM

Carolyn...be sure to follow Sandra Lee & Joan Lunden on Facebook.  They are walking in your shoes!

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on ‎07-08-2015 09:06 PM

God bless you and keep you and thank you for sharing your story.. i wish only the best for you

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on ‎07-08-2015 09:07 PM

I am so happy for your outcome, Carolyn!  I had DCIS 25 years ago, and have been cancer free ever since, thank 

God!  I tell you this for you to know you can survive this early cancer.  God bless you!

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on ‎07-08-2015 09:08 PM
Thanks for sharing such a private story. Sending prayers and good wishes your way .BTW, you look amazing without makeup.
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on ‎07-08-2015 09:11 PM

HI CAROLYN,

 

 

i AM SORRY TO HERE ABOUT YOUR ILLNESS, I DO WATCH QVC DAILY, MISSED SEEING YOU BUT THOUGHT YOU WERE ON VACATION.  HAPPY TO HEAR YOU ARE DOING WELL, AND WILLING TO SHARE YOUR  STORY..  YOU ARE RIGHT TO TAKE CARE OF YOU.  I GO FOR A MAMO 3D AND ULTRA SOUND EVERY YEAR AND,  WHEN THAT DAY COMES I AM SCARED "SILLY" THANKFULLY  I HAD GOOD RESULTS AND BEEN NEGATIVE.  I AM 72 YEARS OLD ( JULY 22), STILL THAT IS ONE APPOINTMENT I ALWAYS KEEP.   WISHING YOU GOD'S BLESSINGS FOR A COMPLETE RECOVERY. WILL LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ON THE "Q".

 

 

 

PHYLLIS

 

 

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on ‎07-08-2015 09:11 PM
God bless you Carolyn and thank you for sharing you story .you are loved and missed,but keep putting you first🐕🐶🐱🌹🌻🌻 love to you,NY fan and qvc queen janice
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on ‎07-08-2015 09:15 PM

Carolyn, my thoughts and prayers to you as you go through this new and scary journey in your life. Think good thoughts, stay positive, and don't be afraid to cry when you need to. Just remember that you are thoroughly and completely loved by all. Love and many hugs to you! 

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on ‎07-08-2015 09:17 PM

You deserve only the very best!!!  Get well wishes to you...see you soon!

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on ‎07-08-2015 09:20 PM

Carolyn, so sorry to hear about your medical issues. I am happy to hear all is well and you sound in such great spirits. Know you are loved by the entire QVC community. Keep positive thoughts and hope for a speedy recovery. Hope to see you soon.

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on ‎07-08-2015 09:23 PM

You are in my prayers, keep strong .......see you back on QVC soon.  Heart Smiley Happy

 

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on ‎07-08-2015 09:27 PM

What a relief that you are ok, Carolyn!   Please continue to take care of yourself and I look forward to seeing you back on QVC soon. God bless and wish you a speedy recovery! Sending hugs xo

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on ‎07-08-2015 09:29 PM

So glad you are feeling better and this is all behind you now.  Stay strong and positive