By Rachael Oats, Jenna Lindman After posting my last blog about Vanessa, who battled cervical cancer in South Africa, I decided that I wanted to learn more about this cancer in the US. It wasn’t until a few weeks ago that I had spoken with anyone about cervical cancer, so I decided to start poking …
Why I’ll Never say, “Be Grateful.”
By Jenna Lindman Have you ever found yourself in a tough situation: let’s just say you’ve been diagnosed with cancer. You go to tell a loved one about your diagnosis hoping for support and they respond with these words instead: Be grateful. Let’s flip the situation. You are approached by a loved one and they …
Tools I used to keep going after beating cancer.
What it is & Why it’s important By Jenna Lindman If you are in the cancer community, you may be aware of the term “previvor” being used more. For those that aren’t directly involved in the cancer community, this may be a new phrase you’ve not been aware of. A cancer “previvor” is someone who …
“To help yourself and be better, you have to love you. Love you for you. “
An Interview with a two-time Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Survivor
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.