Ray's Profile



My journey started in Aug 2010 and was a terrible ordeal with complications of surgery (Almost didn't make it due to a crazy infection and abscess)in and out of the hospital for about six weeks and then about a year on Mitotane. I have been cancer free since the surgery and now get CT and blood checks every six months instead of three. It is hard living life in three month pieces. Anyway, I try to stay "normal" every day, but it is a new normal. Now that I've been free of cancer and there is amazingly no reoccurrance of tumor I am happier but different. There are some people that did not want to stay with me through this time. I need to continually adapt to the new kinder gentler me, LOL...less swagger, but more smiles? I even took up ballroom dance, what a hoot! Here's to living life well and moving on...one day at a time all and to hell with the really tough days, we all have 'em. YOLO: You only live once!

Vital Info

Ray (ray)


January 31, 2013

March 21, 1961

Cancer Info

Adrenal Cortical Carcinoma

August 20, 2010

Stage 2

Grade 2




It attacks and hurts so many...ruins lives without conscience

Stay positive even when you want to give up!

Stay in contact

Mayo Clinic

Keep talking, you are NOT alone

December 31, 2011

None except lung infections

En Bloc, removed spleen and adenal gland

Mitotane for about a year



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