Category Archives: Cancer

Open Minded

It’s hard to be open when you limit your thinking. It’s different from having a narrow focus, zoning in on your dreams, goals, passions. Everybody doesn’t lose with “this cancer built for you.” Keep your alternatives available. Shout if you … Continue reading

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Needles

A necessary evil. Until we invent a way to get the medication into the bloodstream in a more efficient manner, needles are necessary. Even though she’s afraid of them, Karla made a choice to have a subq port. This is … Continue reading

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Melanoma

If you didn’t know about melanoma, read the writing below. The text is small in the picture above so I’ve retyped it. “Melanoma is a type of skin cancer. It is normally an adult disease. In my case, it’s more … Continue reading

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Miracles

No. I didn’t skip a letter. Cassandra calls it “Li’l Miracles”. She writes about how they can be big or small like: finishing chemo getting a call from a friend just to say hi tumors going away without chemo or … Continue reading

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I see you

To the doctors, nurses and care takers, we see you. You see us. You fight for us and with us. Sometimes you win. Sometimes you lose. Tweet

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