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Nurse Arlis Estrada's Fight 4 Life by Mayra Baez - GoFundMe

My sister Arlis has been diagnosed with endometrial cancer. Literally overnight our world has been rocked to the core. The cost of her surgical and medical treatment is extremely expensive. 88 more words

Top Twos-Day: Dis-solution

This week’s two topics are very personal to me, as they have to do with my health and my company, Sunscribe.

1) Top Twos-Day hiatus and 2) Sunscribe’s permanent closure. 100 more words

On My Desk

In Sickness and in Poor Health, Getting Protected Can’t Break You Apart


This word was constantly mentioned during an interactive discussion expo for financial advisors that I recently attended. My mind drifted for a few seconds and my consciousness made me reminisce how 2015 made a huge imprint in my married life. 675 more words

Sun Life

It's Like A Monkey on My Back, Except No Monkey.

I was trying to coax myself back into a blissful oblivion, which is evading me tonight. The last few days have been pretty much nothing but tears when I don’t specifically do something to keep myself busy. 944 more words

Random Rambling

Falling Down a Rabbit Hole

It’s Monday. I’ve lost a full week. I’m sitting up and made my own bagel for breakfast after enjoying several trips to the bathroom to pee, which since Dana is gone, is a celebration each and every time. 516 more words

Profound Insights

The Pill Reduces the Risk of Endometrial Cancer

A new study in The Lancet reports that taking the pill could provide significant and long-term protection against a deadly type of uterine cancer.

Endometrial cancer starts in the inner lining of the uterus and affects about 25 out of 100,000 women, according to the… 478 more words


Dealing With The Cancer Monster

When I was 37 in 1993, I began to have a lot of problems with my periods.

Out of the blue, my periods began to skip every other month and when they did occur, I bled heavily with many large clots and I also had horrible cramps that made me double over with pain. 4,072 more words

Jeneane Behme