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Posted on April 03 2016

I was diagnosed in September 2013 & I have always remained extremely positive..I have gained a new title as "Wonder Woman" as I am forever too inspired to be tired!!! Please support me along my journey and thank you all from the bottom of my heart for everyones continued love ....
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  • Chalayna bergh: October 01, 2018

    I was diagnosed at the age of 12 and I am now almost 16. I have lived with this CRMO for 4 years now and it’s been quit the journey. My pain started in my left knee and substantially grew over time at first it was subtle but it got to the point were I could no longer sleep at night or do normal activities without crying in pain. I am a dancer so my family and doctors thought it was nothing to worry about but I knew something was off. After multiple tests,CT scans,MRIs and surgeries they diagnosed me with osteosarcoma cancer. I would soon be undergoing chemo and treatment but after a long look into my biopsy
    reports they concluded that it was not cancer but I faced chronic reaccurant multifocal osteomyelitis. I am beyond grateful that it was not cancer and every day I thank god I am still here. This disease although can make you feel hopeless I can’t feel normal or do regular activities with my friends anymore without being in pain but I try to see the positive side. There is no treatment or medication that I have yet to use that has worked long term. Although this disease is unbearable at times the people who surround me and show me love and support are what keeps me going and motivates me to share my story and reach out to others who are struggling.