Bad news for Sarah.

Sonia - posted on 01/21/2015 ( 21 moms have responded )

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If you have been reading my posts you may have found one about a lump on my four year olds back. Well turns out this is early stages off a stage 1 skin cancer which is deadly if left on its own but isn't the biggest deal. This is also a really rare condition of childhood cancer. It's all going to be okay though because she is getting the lump removed asap which will be probably in a weeks time. Just praying that this isn't anything to not sleep on and I hope you guys will keep Katie in your prayers. Please send me some messages that I can read to her while she is in the boring hospital! And plz make the messages fun and kind. Please, as I and Katie would love it. Also this doesn't go into to much detail but if you want more you can send me a private message. Xxx - Sonia
~bless the lord oh my soul~

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~♥Little Miss - posted on 01/21/2015

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All of this womens posts seem to be for dramatic effect. I am calling troll on her. Period. Hopefully this post is a lie also, and no child has skin cancer. A very RARE skin cancer at that.

Jodi - posted on 01/21/2015

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I'm always suspicious when someone uses fake photos for their kids.....you don't actually need to put photos in at all, so why go to the trouble?

Jodi - posted on 01/21/2015

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I'm not aware of any skin cancers that develop into lumps overnight either, but I figured Sonia would come up with some answer and then call us all out in her next post, so I can't be bothered.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 01/21/2015

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I'm curious. What type of cancer is it, that it was biopsied, diagnosed, and a treatment plan enacted in just one visit?

Even my son's Fetus in Fetu condition required more than one consultation to diagnose, and more than one to set up surgery.

Dove - posted on 01/21/2015

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Never mind... after reading a few of the OP's other posts and comments I know exactly who Sarah is....

Sonia... I'm really not sure this is the site for you if you are going to take everyone's comments so personally that you call them out in your title and/or OP... I'm sure there is a teen site somewhere w/ people more on your level.

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Gena - posted on 01/21/2015

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You dont lie about a subject like this!Its a spit in the face for every family that has lost a loved one because they really had cancer! I wont feed this troll anymore,but one thing i would like to say: I hope you feel ashamed of yourself and that you never get into the situation of having a loved one that dies of cancer!!!Go look for attention somewhere else..we all know you are a friggin troll!!

Michelle - posted on 01/21/2015

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I know Jodi, it's getting ridiculous. The auto-spammers are back in full force as well.

Dove - posted on 01/21/2015

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Catch up, Michelle. lol

The OP is 'mad' at Sarah E. for calling her out on another post... OP also 'targeted' Jodi in another OP telling her not to respond to the post..

Dove - posted on 01/21/2015

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By the way 'Little Miss'... my memory SUCKS, so don't be too sure I can remember. lol

~♥Little Miss - posted on 01/21/2015

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Yeah Dove, it is a couple of years out since it happened. You would remember. It was in a group spinoff of CoM. Think back.

Dove - posted on 01/21/2015

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We've had one of those here? Ugh... I joined the Parents.com message board ages ago RIGHT after a woman like that had 'died'... it was a mess.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 01/21/2015

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I have been looking through "Sonia's" posts, and she reminds me of a long time ago member that faked cancer, and then proceeded to fake her own death :-/

Sarah - posted on 01/21/2015

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You are very lucky that you have a doctor that was able to examine, biopsy, perform the pathology, give you a diagnosis, and present you with a surgical plan in one day.
What type of cancer does your child have? I am curious because skin cancer rarely presents with a lump unless it has metastasized.

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