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Survivor Story: Jennifer Rauzi

Posted by Pete Visintin on

Written & Contributed 
by Jennifer Rauzi


My name is Jennifer Rauzi, and I am a 36 year old mother to three beautiful children, Darlene Conlee (17), Alyssa Rauzi (15), and Braden Rauzi (9).  I am the wife to my amazing husband, Brad Rauzi, and we reside in Litchfield, Illinois. 



In October 2016 I was diagnosed with Malignant Nodular Melanoma.  This is the most aggressive, invasive, and deadly form of skin cancer.  I underwent surgery to remove the primary location of the Melanoma and to biopsy my lymph nodes. 


 On November 10th the biopsy came back to show that this cancer has already invaded my lymph nodes.  This news shocked us all.  


On November 22nd, 2016 I will undergo another, more invasive surgery to remove all of the lymph nodes from the right side of my face and neck.  Immediately following surgery we will discuss my plan of treatment (either radiation, chemo, or immunotherapy). 


All prayers are very appreciated as i will never lose my faith and will follow God's path!  


Follow my journey on facebook here:  

Team Jen




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  • You are in my Prayers…May God Bless you and your family.
    My son Zack Wesmolan had a motorcycle wreak 6 months ago
    Has TBI and still hasn’t spoken..I know some of what your family is going thru and you. The unknown by us here on earth. I will be following you!

    Lorene Wesmolan on
  • Update: In Nov 29 I underwent another surgery. They removed 42 lymph nodes from my face and neck. None of these nodes contained cancer! I am healing well from the surgery. One side effect is Bells palsy and I am getting relief from accupuncture. On dec. 28 I met with the oncologist and we are moving forward with immunotherapy treatments. On jan. 9 I will have an MRI of my brain and then start treatment.
    Thank you all for the support and prayers!

    Jen Rauzi on

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