Spend a day outside with Craig and learn a little more about what is important in his life.
there is something in the works! go to helpcraig.org (i think thats the website) and there is info on there about MTV doing an update on this amazing guys family!
that;s faul of god, or ours.... thank god.
your "chosen" come back true life. or continue "in darK"
this story is absolutly heart breaking. i never met this guy in my life, but he had me on the verge of tears through out the whole story. i am sincerly sorry to his family for such a loss. he seemed like a great guy who loved life and making people happy. i hope mtv does another update with his family because he did a lot to help spread awareness for leukima and he needs to be remembered for the good he did. rest in peace craig, you fought long and hard
R.I.P. Craig, We love you and we won't forget you.
Hey...just watched ya online...I understand I myself am awaiting a double transplant a liver and a kidney....stay strong and keep your chin up....at least that is what I have been doing...I have been waiting so long....started 10 years ago, they would not list because I was over weight...I am no longer and have been on the list....Wish you the best! Thanks for telling your story...it may help get people to become donots...which we need, because 75 people die each day waiting for a match.
Hi Craig, I just saw your story and wanted to tell you how incredibley brave and strong you are. I am a recipient of a heart/double lung transplant on June 1, 2007 so I completely understand all the emotions and everything you were feeling. Congratulations and good luck with your new journey! Thank you for sharing your story! :)
Congratulations on the Bone Marrow Transplant!!! My fiancee and I went through this a year ago in RI. His sister was a perfect match. "Baby's 1st Birthday" is tomorrow, one year after the transplant. We've wanted to see your story since the previews. There are a lot of ups and downs and maybe late night trips to the hospital, but it will slow down. Now he's only going to the clinic once every few months! Thanks for sharing your story with everyone. We're excited it's summer soon (we'll have lots of baby sun block) and have fun playing with the new puppy! Now that you're out eat some real food too, that hospital food is GROSS! Congratulations again and everyone is rooting for you and your family!
Hey Craig! I just watched your story on True Life. It was extremely tough to watch because my family and I have been enduring the same situation since March 2009 when my 9 year old, now 10 year old brother was diagnosed with Leukemia as well. He spent 6 weeks at Loma Linda Children's Hospital. He is now in remission and returned to school in January but still will need chemo for the next 2 years. I know this is a long road, but wish you, your new wife and of course your family all the best. Keep the fight and win the battle :)
Hey! I was 18 when I was diagnosed with Leukemia and have been in remission for almost two years and I wanted to say thank you for doing this show. When I was going through treatment I always wondered why I never heard of young adults getting cancer and you have shed a light on a generation that is not really linked with cancer. I also agree that after cancer you have a new outlook on life and your just ready to live! Thank you for doing this and may health always be on your side!
Hello!! Just wanted to send you some good vibes!!! I am on the transplant list (for a new liver)...and agree with you 110%! We are blessed (maybe not with health always) but a new outlook on life forever! Keep it up buddy! <3
Hi Craig! We share the same doctor at OHSU and I have now reached my five year remission mark from Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. We (my husband and I) are actually headed to Cannon Beach on Wednesday to celebrate! I am only a few minutes into your show and just wanted to say that I hope all is well and that you are doing amazing! It is hard to watch almost because it is so close to home, but I feel that in sharing our stories, we heal and grow.
hi craig! i just watched your story on true life and it reminded me so much of my best friend that battled with leukemia for nearly two years. he passed away last year. watching him getting sick, then getting better, and getting sick again was really hard on me. when i heard that my best friend passed away, i was very devastated. watching your story has really meant so much to me because there are many people that needs to be aware that these terminal diseases actually exist. i would like to thank you for sharing your story. it has made me feel so much better. it's really great to see that you and your family has never given up on hope. my best wishes for your full recovery. =)
Hi Craig, thanks so much for sharing your story on True Life. I heard about it from my dad, he is being treated for cancer at OHSU too and is over his 100 days after his bone marrow transplant. Your show helped me get a glimpse of what my parents have been going through. I live in AZ and haven't been able to be there so it helped me comprehend the situation a little better. Hope you continue to recover and enjoy life with your wife.