The Twenty-First Tuesday: We Talk About Life After Chemo

If you asked me in the dark, dreary days of December what life would be like after chemo, I would tell you to ask me that in a month. 814 more words


Student Series Engages Students in Fundraising for Blood Cancer Effort

San Antonio, Texas, resident Dawn Johnson contributes to a number of community efforts and nonprofit organizations. Dawn Johnson also belongs to the board of trustees for the South Texas – San Antonio Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS). 174 more words

Dawn Johnson

The Nineteenth Tuesday: We Talk About Anticipation

I just want to say thank you to everyone who texted me today to remind me what number Tuesday it was. Every week I forget and it’s nice to know that there are people out there who have a better memory than I do. 997 more words


Students of the Year Campaign: Rachael Overlander — Donegal High School

As part of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Central, Pennsylvania Students of the Year campaign, we are highlighting those who are actively trying to find a cure for blood cancer in our communities. 208 more words


The Seventeenth Tuesday: We Talk About Pulling Yourself Up by Your Bootstraps

I was unsure of what the expression was, to be honest. I was going to say “picking yourself up by your laces.” Thank God for Google. 964 more words


Back at it...

Well, to be honest I’m back at a lot of things. Back at work. Back to daycare pick ups.  Back to bedtime routines. Back to having to shave armpit hair.  447 more words


FOX43 and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society present the 2nd Annual Students of the Year

FOX43 and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society are proud to present the 2nd Annual Students of the Year Campaign.

For six weeks, eight student leaders from across Central PA are mobilizing their schools and communities to fund lifesaving research for local blood cancer patients and win scholarship to college. 129 more words