I don’t think you ever recover fully from Lynch Syndrome. If you’re lucky, surgery and chemo and/or radiation do their job; they eradicate the tumor and eliminate traces of circulating […]
As I have posted many times, I “won” the genetic lottery. I was born with MRKH, under-development of my reproductive tract and Lynch Syndrome, which predisposes me to colorectal and other […]
I was thrilled to complete my last dose of chemo on April 10, 2015. I thought I would gradually start feeling better and that my cognitive function and peripheral neuropathy […]
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After. It’s here. In my first post, Before, 3 years ago, I said “I’m not to After yet, but I’m closer to After…
I can’t believe today is here. It’s my last chemo infusion. I made it up and over the mountain that I thought was insurmountable! All of you helped […]
I’m thankful for these amazing dumplings that gave me variety in what I could eat!
Perhaps the hardest thing about a cancer diagnosis is living with the uncertainty that accompanies it when your treatment is done.