Sunday, November 8, 2015

I just wanted to share with everyone that we've had a huge month involving Chemo NInja.  I work with a lady (Julie Watkins​) she is currently battling lung cancer.  Through the course of October we sold Chemo Ninja Cancer Assassin T-shirts to people on our job site, to raise money or Julie.  When everything was said and done we raised $1550 to help Julie and her daugter with some of the expenses they are accruing through this process.  My current job site isn't allowing us to share pictures from the site, so I'll be asking those who purchased a shirt to post pictures of them wearing them online as soon as they can.  We look forward to helping other families in the future. I want to say it looked something like this but there was no big check, I thought it would represent the exchange better though.   Please share the Chemo Ninja name, and the mission of helping families fight the cost of cancer. and

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Prayers for Chemo Ninja Julie Watkins.

A woman I work with is beginning her 3rd battle with cancer.  Tomorrow Oct. 9, 2015 she has surgery to remove the lower portion of one of her lungs.  I've spoken with her several times and want to help in any way I can.  My first priority is to offer up prayers for Julie Watkins.  She works hard to provide for her daughter and herself, however as most of you know trying to provide while recovering from surgery is near impossible.  Chemo Ninja Cancer Assassin has combined with our office to sell Chemo Ninja long sleeve T's to help show support and provide assistance to Julie.  We are taking orders currently for $20 a shirt, until Oct. 23rd.  If you are interested in helping please contact me at 
All proceeds over cost will be going directly to Julie and her daughter.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Chemo Ninja Shirts go to the shirt site and see the new layout and designs.  Comment on the shirts you've purchased and send in pictures.  I always love to see how Chemo Ninja Cancer Assassin is helping encourage others.  I pray that all those fighting the good fight knows we support them and that we love them and are praying for them.  Support a Cancer Fighter, Cancer Warrior, Cancer Hero, Cancer Ninja.  You will never know just how much your words of encouragement help.  

Aaron has been diagnosed with a very rare form of Systemic Juvenile Xanthogranuloma which has affected his brain, his eyes, skin and bone. He's underwent 2 very long years of aggressive chemotherapy at Children's Hospital in Minneapolis, MN.

I found Aaron earlier this year on Facebook he's a happy kid that is fighting hard to beat this nasty disease.  Please visit his site and support him any way you can.  

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

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I thought this was a fitting quote for the Clan of Chemo Ninja Cancer Assassin's. 

Friday, March 27, 2015

Found these on line via Google and Twitter.  Let us see your Chemo Ninja!

This kid seems to be recovering well.

Discovered Twitter

I discovered Twitter last night!  To be honest I've been on twitter and known about it for a while, I've just never used it to any extent before.  I discovered that you can look things up by "#" whatever you choose.  Holy Cow!  I was amazed at what I found.  When I came up with the idea of Chemo Ninja in 2011 I had no idea that the term itself was so popular.  It was awesome to see all the posts of the Chemo Ninja Cancer Assassin logo, but the icing on the cake was literally icing on the cake.
This beautiful young lady is not only wearing one of the CNCA shirts she had it made into a cake!  I hope that I get to see many more things where the Chemo Ninja has encouraged you.  Please send me your pictures of your shirt and anything else you've done with the CNCA logo.  Let me know your story.  My goal is to help encourage, and as we begin to raise larger funds to truly help families with some of the costs involved with fighting cancer.  Christmas has been our most successful time of year so far.  Please support us and I will continue to post all the other Chemo Ninja's out there!

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

     Cancer sucks, and chemo is no fun!  Every persons experience is different as you are being treated for whatever type of cancer you have.  Some people go through months or years of lower dosage treatments that allow for most day to day activities, others go through a a short period of extreme dosages that put them almost completely out of commission and the recovery is nearly as long as the treatment itself if not longer. Others fall in between from one side to the other.  No one treatment is the same, even if you and the person next to you have the same type of cancer your dosages or regimens can differ widely.  Two people could have near identical treatments and both would have completely different reactions.

     I hope that Chemo Ninja helps inspire you to fight regardless your treatment regimen.  Please share your story here and invite others to share their stories too.  Sometimes when you're fighting cancer you can feel like you're on an island, knowing that you're not the only one going through something and that there are others who understand what you're feeling.

    Family is great and amazing, however what they are going through is completely different.  For me I found that cancer was a battle and a struggle, but it was beatable.  I was one of the lucky ones, I had one of the most treatable forms of cancer.  My wife however has seen family members fight and lose to cancer.  So regardless of how favorable my outcome she was terrified.  Family has to watch.  Not to mention they have to pick up where you leave off, and make up for what you can't do. 

     I don't think either side can truly understand the other, but it doesn't mean you shouldn't try.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

I am Fierce

Please check out this new shirt from Chemo Ninja Cancer Assassin.  Help us help others.  Check out our entire collection!  Chemo Ninja Store

Monday, February 2, 2015

Kids Last day of Chemo

Kids last day of Chemo

Getting Through Chemo.

Going through chemo there were many challenges for me most of which were what could I keep down as far as food and drinks.  Now granted loaded up on enough phenergan I could eat or drink what ever assuming I could stay awake.  I found that Fruit Punch Gatorade was about the only thing I could drink that didn't upset my stomach. 

I know everyone's experience is different with Chemo so by no means would I preach at being a point of expertise on how to get through chemo but I would like to know what life hacks you may have found to help you get through chemo if you were one of the lucky ones to struggle through it.  I look forward to your feed back.

I posted this on and these are the responses I received: