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the whole story: thoughts inspired by “50/50″

I am constantly running up against the thought that it’s time to stop this exercise, that my story is stale.  That it’s time to step aside and let some other young adult with cancer shout to the world – as … Continue reading

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next time, a lollipop

“You’ve been through a lot.” Simple words, uttered by an attending internist I met for the first time this morning, but it was exactly the straight-forward recognition that I look for from people – especially doctors – when they first … Continue reading

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the very essence of me

You know you are a dedicated blogger when, after puking your guts out at 2 AM, you think,  ”This is going to be great material for my next post.”   Welcome to my world. I will spare you the details … Continue reading

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