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Letrozole and Life

I admit that it has been difficult to be thankful for Letrozole lately, even if it is keeping me free of cancer at the moment. 201 more words

‘I run my own Insta account — I don’t let anyone touch!’

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INSTA-FAMOUS fitness queen

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Fear, Medicine, and the Future

Pain unrelenting. Doctors dismiss my pleas, ushering me quickly out of the office. I struggle into the hallway and call my husband. Other brush past me, looking on curiously. 93 more words


Faster than a speeding…nope, she’s not fast, she really just wants to nap all the time…

Stronger than a…nope, not strong at all, but she refuses to de defeated… 27 more words

Cancer Battle

Venturing Out

I went to church on Sunday. This was my first real outing since my surgery and of course, radiation.

Everything was wonderful except for the pain. 252 more words

The uneasy dance of life and death - my fifth cancerversary

I am so often struck by the stark contrasts of this world, and particularly how sorrow and joy seem to be able to move together in a sort of uncomfortable dance, each one rising and receding in turn. 751 more words