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Response to the Daily Post Prompt:  Unfinished

In the last few years, I have left a few things unfinished. I used to be extremely organized, everything neat, knew where everything was. But lately, health has been the priority, and items slip away to be forgotten. 199 more words

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Response to the Daily Post Challenge:  Outer layers

Navy shirt, white pants, my uniform. My frame was always larger on top, so I tried to balance it out with this fashion. Legs are short so long skirts dwarf me, and now they are not practical. 223 more words

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#28, Like a Ton of Bricks

When my doctor called with the path report, I was expecting to hear that the new tumor was the same as the old tumor – a superficial, non-invasive papillary Stage 1 tumor. 203 more words

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6 Myths About Chemotherapy

Scott Tagawa, M.D.

Chemotherapy often gets a bad rap due to the perception that the side effects of this cancer treatment are severe. What many people don’t know is chemotherapy refers to an umbrella category for different medications that work in a similar way. 766 more words

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Response to the Daily Post Prompt:  Dilemma

A personal dilemma this week involves making the decision to travel with my sister and four daughters, or stay home where I’m most comfortable. I haven’t seen them for many years and a lot of chatting, crying and laughing will be involved, my kind of good time. 74 more words

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Response to the Daily Post Prompt:  Pretend

When I was a small girl, my favorite rainy day activity was going into our huge attic. There was an old Victrola and big black heavy records to play. 110 more words

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New medication gives hope to dozens walking for bladder cancer

It’s the fifth most common cancer in Canada.

According to the Canadian Cancer Society, an estimated 8300 Canadians were diagnosed with bladder cancer in 2015, 2300 died of the illness, more than half of those were men. 205 more words

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