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In preparation for an upcoming panel discussion about young adult cancer and social media, I’ve been thinking back on the motivating purpose behind my years’ worth of writing about cancer and its aftermath.  This reflective process began slowly a few … Continue reading

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heroes: roll-call

In my own stillness today, it seems right to offer a round-up of a few of the fiercest fighters around me.  I often think about this ad-hoc community of young adult survivors that I am so blessed to be a … Continue reading

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on becoming a cancer fairy godmother

Last night’s brutal Phillies loss makes Friday seems about a million years ago.  Perhaps I should have made an attempt to commit that day’s thoughts to writing earlier, but now – Sunday afternoon, with time further warped due to the … Continue reading

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down the shore everything’s all right (or is it?)

I had been looking forward to this little jaunt to the Jersey shore with my nuclear family for several months, knowing that it would be my only real vacation of the summer (save for an upcoming First Descents rock-climbing outing … Continue reading

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