Tag Archives: GI scopes

jet lag: a whirlwind trip to planet cancer

Last fall, in the aftermath of my GI scopes, I remember coming home from work one evening and flashing back to the “bite blocker” being shoved between my teeth, and feeling like I was an escapee from some kind of … Continue reading

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equilibrium restored, or brief notes on being a survivor

This just in: sometimes, life after cancer completely sucks. I try not to spend a whole lot of time here feeling sorry for myself, or bitching about how hard my life has been since my diagnosis.  The truth is, most … Continue reading

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