April 12, 2013
I was diagnosed in August 2009. It was a very scary time. I had no idea what to expect or where to turn for first hand information until my sister found OCF. At a time of disbelief and horror, the family that is OCF was there with information, guidance, compassion, understanding and the kind of first-hand knowledge I needed to walk me through the harrowing experience that is oral cancer. To have access to immediate answers and information 24/7 is truly a unique and invaluable resource for patients, caregivers, family and friends alike. I have made lifelong friends among many members of OCF who continue to offer comfort and support in ways that friends and family could never understand. It's a place where bouts of depression are understood, accepted and worked through in a way that only someone with the same experience can relate to.
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