Tuesday, October 07, 2008

DJ Vadim VS The Big C

"this is what an angel looks like, if u are ever lucky enough to meet one..." - DJ Vadim

A brave young man who just happens to be an internationally acclaimed DJ fights an imposing adversary: Cancer. His is not simply a story about that: it's a story about the love of his life and how she helped him through, and continues the vigil at his side...
"The truth is if they had "discovered" the cancer in April, it would've been smaller, and
there would've been a lot of different types of treatments, treatments less dangerous,
treatments where i could've kept my eye, regained my vision and prevented the cancer
to spread. I wouldn't even have had to have surgery!!! And by now i would've been
completely recovered and prolly back on the road. But instead the tumor had had months
to grow. and become such a large tumor the only option left was a dangerous operation..."
[Read the entire post on Vadim's MySpace blog] Vadim includes a playlist of some of the music he's listening to while recovering.

It is so true: most of us don't halfway appreciate our lives and our loved ones until bad things happen. I urge you to think of Vadim and Yarah the very next time you have the opportunity to help another person or show them a little extra love or give 'em back a sincere thank-you when they do something nice for you!

DJ Vadim Recovering From Surgery

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