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Every Day is a School Day

Sometimes, I can go multiple days forgetting that there’s medically something wrong with me. Those are the best days. I can do as I please blissfully, without the commitments and expectations of an adult at 26 years of age. 614 more words

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Bottle Shock!

In 1976 a wine merchant in Paris organized a competitive wine tasting between the best Bordeaux wines and select Cabernet wines from the Napa Valley in California. 466 more words

"We're Only Human After All": A Kind of, Sort of, Little Update

“B Before C” is back! Apologies for the absence in posting last week – nonetheless, I thought I would write a short post to give you an update. 548 more words

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Surviving the First Few Months

Welcome back to “B Before C”. This week I thought I would look back, and include some hints and tips that I wish that I would have known following the first few months after being diagnosed with lung cancer – all of which are based on my own experience and are my own opinion. 1,702 more words

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An Introduction

Hello, and welcome to “B Before C”. My name is Rebecca, I am 26 years old, and I live in England. I’m just going to come right out and say it, I have lung cancer (more specifically, Stage IV Non-Small Cell Adenocarcinoma). 413 more words

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