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My attitude adjustment

Read more about Mary’s cancer journey HERE , HERE and HERE.

I don’t know anyone diagnosed with cancer who wasn’t angry, disturbed, fearful, negative, frustrated,…at some point in their journey. 358 more words

Doses Of Hope

Why out-of-control costs matter

Complexity. From how you get insurance (THREE MORE DAYS FOR MARKETPLACE PLANS) to who the emergency department treats to the non-communicating EMRs that create a chorus of fax tones ringing out across this great nation of over-paying under-served… well it ends like this: envelopes. 246 more words

Health Care Policy

Open house, full heart

My back, shoulders, and (biological) foot and knee all ache, and I have a blister on the skin at the edge of my prosthesis. But I’m smiling as I write this. 601 more words

Cancer

You’ve Gotta Friend

I had coffee with friends this morning—well, I had Diet Coke and they had coffee—with whom I have gathered at local coffee shops most Wednesday mornings for the past 15 years. 705 more words

Cancer

Samantha Lozier Named 2017 Hero of Hope Finalist

Samantha Lozier has been a Cancer Hope Network (CHN) Support Volunteer since 2007. She was recently recognized as one of four finalists nationwide by CONQUER: … 441 more words

Doses Of Hope

Caregiver Stress Test

The following test will help you become aware of your feelings and the pressures and stress you currently feel. 188 more words