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ASK DON?

Hi, I’m Don! I am a very lucky man! I have been diagnosed with cancer 6 times since 1999 and I am still here to talk about it! 214 more words

6 Time Cancer Survivor

cancer: how to avoid and/or survive it

“The overall number of new people who will develop cancer in a given year is expected to nearly double over the next two decades, claims a new report put out by the World Health Organization (WHO). 848 more words

Killing Time and Kicking Cancer Ass

How is round two going? Boring, boring, boring…in other words, it is going really well, so far. The cancer poisons are dripping into Dylan’s chest port, he is tired and his appetite isn’t super, but he has not needed any heavy pain killers and has only taken nausea drugs to eat and sleep. 613 more words

The Longest Journey

Finding Strength

“But those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will… 840 more words

Cancer

Me- 1 Cancer- 0

It has been playing on my mind for quite some time and my recent trip to the Breast Care Clinic only confirmed it.

Can you believe it has been nearly a year since my diagnosis? 143 more words

Living With Cancer

Xalkori (Crizotinib)

Crizotinib (kriz-OH-ti-nib). Tony’s new chemotherapy has a name that’s difficult to pronounce. It also has some real big perks. It’s a new drug, called a tyrosine kinase inhibitor. 251 more words

Beating Cancer

The Cure For Cancer.

This piece is being written on the eve of January 23, 2015. My nephew, just barely 20, is grappling with symptoms that suggest a return of some form of the cancer with which he was diagnosed in August of 2011, after a three and a half year remission.   751 more words

Contemplative Essays