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A Body Blow

In the last four weeks we have heard about two other individuals, younger than my husband, being diagnosed with either Stage 3 or Stage 4 cancer.  388 more words

Cancer

Graduation, Surgical Biopsy & More Waiting

After the first two biopsies, I remember waiting around a lot for the next appointment. I was at home alone most of the time and would jump every time the phone rang, fearing it would be the hospital with results. 1,026 more words

Cancer

I'm At The End But I'll Start From The Beginning

I’ve been a writer my whole life but couldn’t write this down until now. For awhile I was too tired and too nervous to share my experience – out of fear that no one would want to read it, perhaps? 165 more words

Cancer

Harrison's Marion Clark Walks, For Second Year In Memory Of Son, Jeffrey Who Died Of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma

PEEKSKILL, N.Y. — Marion Clark, will be walking for the second years in memory of her son, Jeffrey Clark, Jr, in the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk. 451 more words

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Playing Cars

I have worked a lot the last few days and it’s funny to me how the more I work the less I dread working. When I have days off I don’t want to go back to work, but when I work long hours all in a row, I don’t mind going to work at all. 358 more words

Journal Type Shits

Punchy Mommy Live!

My blog post, Let’s Pretend To Be Normal, was chosen among hundreds of pieces to be published in the 2014 Visible Ink Anthology. Visible Ink is a writing program through Memorial Sloan Kettering where participants are paired with professional writer-mentors. 352 more words

Cancer

Be Color-Blind With Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means well-meaning people everywhere will turn everything pink. Practically anything you can think of will be awash in hues ranging from petal pink to bright fuchsia. 376 more words

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