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Response to the Daily Prompt: Obvious

Take this with a grain of salt – coarse, sea salt.

I always think, and sometimes say out loud, “isn’t it obvious?” Sounds rude and condescending, I know. 66 more words

Bladder Cancer

When Food and Cancer Meds Don’t Mix

What you eat and drink can affect the way your cancer medication works. It is important to have a well-balanced diet and to make sure you are getting enough nutrients, while simultaneously avoiding foods that could alter treatment or damage your body. 437 more words

Genitourinary Cancer

Out of the Blue

2015 had been a good summer.  We had made a very happy trip out west to the Okanagan and met up with good friends.  It had been our first road trip in many years and we were surprised how much we enjoyed it. 1,511 more words

Reflections On Life

Pleasure and Pain

Two familiar words. Experiences of what is referred to as love creates these words. I believe the sad truth is you can’t have one without the other. 188 more words

Bladder Cancer

Response to The Daily Post: Jeopardize

How appropriate this word appeared as a daily prompt.  I’m good at this, jeopardizing.  I create my own fate.  Say, write, and do things that endanger myself.   58 more words

Bladder Cancer

4 Invasive And Advanced Bladder Cancer Stages

Survival by stage

No UK-wide statistics are available for different stages of bladder cancer or individual treatments.

Survival statistics are available for each stage of bladder cancer in one area of England. 260 more words

Response to The Daily Post: Eyes

A huge smile when I saw this prompt. Eyes are the most prominent feature I notice in people, and creatures. I was taught to look someone in the eye when spoken to, and it was a challenge at first. 80 more words

Bladder Cancer