An Interview with a two-time Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Survivor
Healing after half a decade
A free-style reflection on the cancer experience after five years of remission.
“Just because someone has cancer doesn’t mean you have to treat them differently. They are still the same people you know and love.”
An Interview with a Stage 4 Lung Cancer Fighter
“I promised myself that I would never, ever take my healthy, strong body for granted.”
An Interview with a Stage 1 Breast Cancer Survivor
“Don’t minimize anyone’s struggle, or remind them that others have it worse, or how much worse it could be for them.”
An interview with a Melanoma Survivor
“Death is not losing, when we stop living & loving to the best of our abilities, that’s losing.”
An interview with a brain cancer caregiver.
An open letter to cancer caregivers
I didn’t know how I would get through this without her. Even when I didn’t want to go on anymore, when I was so sick I wished I was dead she carried me through it.
I beat cancer, So now what?
So what did I do? What advice can I give? What helped me was talking to other survivors that went through the same thing post-cancer.
Why MRI Rooms Should be Painted for Kids
MRI rooms should be painted to suit a child so that it lowers their anxiety, which lowers the rate at which children need to be sedated. The less anxiety, the cheaper and healthier the These MRI’s will be for the child and their families.