You’re a cancer survivor – a bullet list

One day you feel a lump in your boob. Machines create images, doctors test a chunk. It’s cancer. People say you’re a survivor the moment you announce your diagnosis. You think, “huh? What’d I do?” Treatment begins in early May and concludes in late December. Start the new year clean, you think. Through it all... Continue Reading →

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Bad news, confusion, and a giant WTF

I had nearly given up on getting my pathology report yesterday. I'd started second-guessing my memory about what Dr. Superman had told me. ("He said Monday or Tuesday...maybe he meant NEXT week...") I'd called my surgeon's office in the morning to make my post-op follow-up appointment that morning and asked the receptionist about my report.... Continue Reading →

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