How do you define success?
Is it measured by professional goals? Having a family? A large social group? Travel? Experiences? Money? Materials goods?
I find myself continuously changing the way I define… 732 more words
A few weekends ago, I walked with a friend who was diagnosed with breast cancer two weeks before me. Because of a different sequence of treatment, she finished chemotherapy in June, two months after I finished; and so, unlike me, she still bears the bald head of a woman with breast cancer. 640 more words
Just a couple of months ago, Dr. Jenna Sawdon-Bea stood in front of an auditorium full of Physical Therapy graduates, students, colleagues and friends. Her emotions were high as she gave an inspirational keynote address at the inaugural 2015 Doctor of Physical Therapy commencement. 693 more words
Do you have ovarian cancer and have you received chemotherapy?
Take part in an on-line international research study looking at the challenges faced by women with ovarian cancer. 349 more words
In the past few weeks I have posted and talked to friends about some disappointments I’ve had. I was taken aback by two things; the frequency and ubiquity of similar disappointments and the almost universal acclamation, “You’ve got to keep this in perspective; cancer almost killed you. 237 more words