Liver Cancer Blogs

Bill Kizer’s Blog – Welcome to San Diego

Bill has two sons, and they live in North San Diego County where he has worked in the Sage Ecosystem both as a VAR and currently a consultant focusing on Social Media and ghost writing blogs for partners. He has diagnosed liver cancer in 2013.

Brandon Lansberry – Caring Bridge

At age of two, little Brandon was diagnosed with stage lV Hepatoblastoma of the liver in October 2008. Brandon was listed with UNOS for a donor liver in December 2008. Brandon received his new gift of life in February 2009. Recently, they marked Brandon’s 6-year liver transplant anniversary.

The Cancer Assassin

She was diagnosed out of the blue in March 2010 at age 38 with a rare stage lV liver / bile duct cancer called cholangiocarcinoma. She is determined to kick its butt and share all of her research and findings with you so that you may live your lives cancer free and never have to hear the words “You have cancer”.

Charlie’s Cancer Blog

Charlie was diagnosed with stage 3 liver cancer Nov.18, 2010. His doctor told him the current treatments won’t cure him and the only good solution is a liver transplant. Let the testing begin!

Concrete Faith – Being “Cured” One Day at a Time

Travis Roberts is a 38 year old husband, father of three and founder of Hemma Concrete – recognized as one of the 50 largest concrete companies in the USA. In April 2013, he was diagnosed with Stage 4 cholangiocarcinoma (bile duct cancer). This is the story of his life and fight.

Dan’s Liver Blog

Dan was 59-years old who has lived in Chicago area all of his life who was diagnosed with liver cancer in July 2009. This is his story of his impending liver transplant.

The Knock On Effect

In 2009, Rosie Kilburn was 17 and had been diagnosed with liver cancer. She started her blog and eventually developed a sustainable, non-profit business selling wearable art in the form of T-shirts. Her aim was to break the taboo of cancer by getting people to talk about it. She wanted to promote the message that cancer is not about the suffering, it’s about the surviving.

Liver & Pancreas Surgeon – Dr. Mark Fraiman, MD, MBA

Dr. Mark Fraiman is a board certified liver and pancreatic surgeon in Baltimore, MD. Practicing for over 20 years, he is recognized as an expert in pancreatic and liver conditions and is one of the few doctors in the Baltimore area performing these surgeries.

Onwards and Upwards

Fiona was diagnosed with Hepatocellular carcinoma in August 2010, presumed caused by 30+ years of chronic hepatitis B. She is searching for how to be healthy living and coping with them.

this is what I’ve got for today.

Dorine is married with Kyle for 22 years and they have 3 daughters and one son together. Kyle was diagnosed with Stage 4 Cholangiocarcinoma, cancer of the liver bile duct in March 2013.

The Walkers: Making Cancer-Free Memories

On June 27, 2008, Don was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer (HCC) and given 30 days at most to live. His wife started this blog to keep family and friends up-to-date with what was happening in their lives as they went through the difficulties of fighting this horrible cancer. As of June 2012, Don is still alive.