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PTSD Is Not Just For Soldiers

I stepped on the outside staircase landing, leash in the right hand, my dog pushing past my legs, tail wagging. But instead of going down the four flights of stairs, I stood rooted to the cement floor. 390 more words


'I'm loving motherhood': Edmonton midwife who had eye removed to save her son

Watch above: A local midwife, who just months ago had her eye removed to ensure the health of her unborn baby, wan celebrated with a baby shower Sunday. 546 more words


Eye Cancer Check-Up: Take Two

My alarm clock rang at 4:30 AM, pulling me out of a pill induced sleep. It was still dark outside and the narcotic was pushing my eyelids closed. 1,341 more words


Life ain't that hard: Fashion

If you’re one of the eye cancer ridden bastards who runs around buying shit from Paris and Milan, a blind sailor wouldn’t put on his dead gay uncle, now used as scarecrow, then you deserve to die of bankruptcy. 482 more words


Alberta triplets battling eye cancer receive another trio's support

WATCH ABOVE: Alberta triplets battling rare eye cancer are getting some support from another young trio from Regina. Su-Ling Goh has the update.

EDMONTON – The Alberta parents of triplet boys battling a rare eye cancer say their babies are “troopers” and that the whole experience has “changed their view of the world.” 663 more words


Compartmentalizing for Sanity

Having two cancers makes you really good at compartmentalizing. Your brain transforms itself into one of those old timey apothecaries, filled with hundreds of tiny drawers and bottles with stoppers. 799 more words


Life After Cancer Treatment

“So are you cancer free now?” My hair stylist asked me a couple of days ago.

She was trying to conjure up something normal out of my three inch orphan Annie curls that started taking the shape of Jagr’s mullet. 323 more words