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Team Bryce is a Battle cry for all Cancer Victims. In order to Conquer Cancer you need Attitude...
Kickin this Cancers Butt! - Strong as a Bull and Heart of a Lion embraces and inspires that Attitude...

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Bryce has received emails from all over the world view his guest sign in book and read emails from Alaska, Australia, South America, Germany, France, Canada, England, Ireland, Scotland, Amman- middle east, Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Seychelles Islands, South Africa, Pakistan, Bombay India, Taiwan, Philippines and emails from all over the United States.
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Tell your classmates to become part of Team Bryce and send in their drawings.
Our intentions are to someday publish this website into a book form all monies raised for this project will be donated to Bryce's designated charities on behalf of Cancers Victims everywhere. Furthermore we will frame the artwork and present them to Childrens' Hospitals all over the country. Hopefully this will bring happiness and joy to these ill children and help them forget about their pain....and inspire them to create their own piece of artwork ...

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Total monies raised on behalf of Bryce through special events, in kind donations, and his designated charities is...

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Date: 5/22/2003
From: Coach Paul
Subject: Your someone special!
Location: Woodland Hills
Bryce,when I first set eyes on you at the ballpark, I knew I was looking at a young man who is something special. It is a pleasure to coach you and see how hard you work to be the best you can be. My wife and I wish you the best of health and may you achieve whatever you wish for. See you at the ball park!

Coach Paul
Date: 5/9/2003
From: Kara
Subject: wow!
Location: California
Byrce and his family-
I was searching the web on hodgkins because i recently found out a girl i played softball and soccer with was diagnosed with this disease, she is 17! i came across your page and couldn't help but look, i viewed many of the photos and read about the family connection, i got very teary eyed and felt sad for Bryce, you guys are such a cute family and you seem so happy...Bryce seems like a lucky kid. I hope he is doing well and doesn't hve to go through this pain ever again, your story is very inspiring.
Date: 4/29/2003
From: Nick Weimer
Subject: Wish you luck
Location: Florida
Dear Bryce,
My name is Nick Weimer. I am thirteen and I live in Florida. I am doing a school project on cancer for science class. And I have great news to tell you that I am going to share your experience and tell fellow classmates and teachers to donate money. You are extremely brave and I wish you success for the future. And if not already I have swam with the dolphins and let me tell you, you will enjoy it. They are extremely gentle and very friendly. wish you luck in all you do!
Nick Weimer
Date: 4/20/2003
From: Lisa
Subject: hye bryce
Location: Pittsburgh PA
hey bryce, member me??? i was the one who carried your bag of tickets at callahans!!!! well....... hope ypou get better!!!!!!!
Date: 4/19/2003
From: Debbie Alimentato
Subject: Lucky Boy
Location: Rochester, NY
I just found your website. My son Sam had non-hodgkins lymphoma, stage 3, type B, large cell, agressive. He was diagnosed at 15, had 2 bone marrow transplants and went to heaven at the age of 16. This was 2 years ago and my heart still bears the pain of his loss.
Savor every moment with Bryce and his sister and thank God every night.
God bless. Sam's website: www.samalimentato.homestead.com/greenribbon.html
Date: 3/24/2003
From: tabitha
Subject: non-hodgkins lymphoma
hey my name is tabitha. my best friend has non-hodgkins lymphoma and she is only 13 years old. she was just diagnosed with it 4 days ago (3/20/03). she has to do this chemotherapy thing. but do u know how long she would be doing chemotherapy? if you know this answer can you write back at bnfly4u@cs.com, thanks! :)
Date: 3/3/2003
From: Jody Klemann
Subject: Donation
Location: Cary, IL
Just wanted to let you know that I am mailing out a donation to Hoops for a Cure today! Good luck to you!!!
Best Regards,
Date: 3/3/2003
From: Bernard Morin
Subject: Stay Well
Location: Sydney Australia
Hi Bryce,

Keep Well and God Bless. You brought tears to my eyes to see you well.

Nathalie and i are both fine.

You look good and that brought a smile on my face this morning.

Bernard Morin
Date: 2/27/2003
From: Rhiannon neal
Subject: im in a similar situation
Location: fairgrove,missouri
hello ,my name is rhiannon and im 14 years old..my cousin chad is 27 now and he also survived cancer..he had lukemia and i know how hard it is because i saw him survive through it and i saw him fight it...i know that its very hard to survive and i just really like hearing storie of people that have lived through cancer when know-one else had hope..its a hard thing to do...stay strong,Rhiannon
Date: 2/23/2003
From: I Doug Fratzke
Location: Independence, Iowa
I am a 32 yr old male, lost my father in the hospital from a stroke he wasn't strong enough to survive it cause he was in a major car accident.
Then about 2 years later lost my mom to lukiemia on her 69th birthday. My second son was born that year while all this was happening I was having reacurring pnuemonia and one day my lungs were clear and e-xray showed a blemish on my lungs they thought it might be scar tissue but wanted to make sure,my familly Dr. told me that it more than likely it could be cancer, he sent me to Covenant in Waterloo, Iowa had a C.T.scan then a C.T.scan guided biopsy that wasn't enough to determine then had a small incision right below my belly button still wasn't enough was refered to Rochester M.N. they cut a 5" incision just below my sternum was enough to determine I had Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in the 4th stage.Well before I go to far with this part I want to say when my familly Dr. told me it might be cancer I was a little intimidated BUT I told myself and my wife if it is, I will beat it. Before I went to Rochester Covenant put a dual port in my left peck for reasons I shouldn't say cause i wasn't happy why they did it
Now back to the story at hand. I had a bone marrow biopsy but I remember now that it was done at Covenant they sedated me it was not in my marrow.
Well in Rochester I recieved CHOP chemo them D-HAP chemo, then had full body radiation for a stem cell transplant. My second oldest sister is a perfect match they harvested her marrow to help me create a immune system. To make a long story short the Dr.s told my wife I wasn't gonna make it 3 different times and everytime I pulled through the Dr.s said they don't know how I did it. But anyways I am gonna be 32 soon and I am in remission forgive me cause I don't quit remember for about 2 yrs.
I am gonna write with my wife a more complete story in my web page
Here is my web address, http://www.angelfire.com/stars4/spiderpoolplayinman/index.html
But here it is I am kicking CANCERS BUTT!!!!!
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