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Merry Chemo Christmas...

My apologies that I have taken so long to post an update…
It’s been a roller coaster ride and all I can say is thanks to my husband, mom and mother in law for all their help and support these last 2 months. 392 more words

Breast Cancer

Cancer Lesson #61: Three Negatives Don't Make a Positive

Cancer Lesson #61: Three negatives don’t make a positive.

A few weeks after I finished treatment, one of my favorite cousins was diagnosed with breast cancer, beginning her own journey down the same same scary path I had so recently traveled. 266 more words

Cancer

DNA and Cancer: Teaching and Discovering

by Lamorna Brown Swigart

November was a hectic month because I spent part of the month teaching second year medical students in their cancer curriculum. I lead a tutorial class which builds on the lectures and online material to teach medical students key concepts in normal cellular processes, what can go wrong to give rise to cancer, the principals of chemotherapy, and how targeted therapy works. 966 more words

Breast Cancer

Jingle Bells, Cancer Dwells

JINGLE BELLS, CANCER DWELLS

CHEMO ALL THE WAY…

OH, WHAT FUN IT IS TO HIDE

IN A WIG THAT’S ‘TINA FEY’, HEY!

JINGLE BELLS, HOLIDAY SPELLS, 730 more words

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When Life Throws a Curveball, Reposition the Mitt

Madison Bumgarner, Buster Posey and every single one of our San Francisco Giants have proven that the impossible isn’t so impossible after all. It’s what you… 838 more words

Personal Journeys

Guest Post from "Hazel Flatchest"

Here is a guest post from a woman who reached out to me.  Obviously her name is not Hazel Flatchest, but she wanted to remain anonymous.  668 more words

Breast Cancer