When the storm of cancer hits, you need somewhere to go for protection. Somewhere to shield and strengthen you. My shield is an oak tree.
If your gut is telling you to visit an old friend, no matter if they have cancer or not, now is the time.
When you’re living with metastatic cancer, especially as a parent of school-age children, you live a jarring double life.
These are some of the remarkable friends I’ve found in COLONTOWN, an online hub for nearly 5,000 colorectal cancer patients and caregivers.
We hope the immunotherapy is just on the verge of turning this thing around and wiping out my disease.
When the anxiety rises and the dark thoughts come, I try not to push them away. Instead, I get right up close to them.
I never met Dr. Tom Marsilje. But thanks to him, I’ve got a better shot at beating cancer.
“It’s OK to feel broken. Keep moving forward. If you break, that doesn’t mean your fight is over.”
As some of you already know, my cancer is being stubborn. So we just need to be more stubborn.