People undergoing cancer treatment can – and should – exercise! It can provide relief from fatigue, pain, weight gain, insomnia and a whole host of issues people commonly experience.
My blog started as a way to share cancer information facts and do some cancer myth busting – attempt to right what the media has gotten wrong. I have since expanded the topics to include my personal and professional experiences and lessons learned coupled with an oncology nurse’s spin on life.
Anniversaries often conjure up happy thoughts- a wedding anniversary, anniversary of quitting smoking, anniversary of starting a new job. But when cancer is involved, an anniversary of a different kind becomes part of your memory. I doubt that most people with diabetes can remember the day they were given this news. But just about every [...]
After a cancer diagnosis, many survivors and their loved ones are motivated to give back some of the good fortune or good experiences they had on their cancer journey.
I can’t believe it’s February 1st already. One year ago we said goodbye to our kind, loving cousin. And life went on without her.
At first glance, many people who have never had cancer would think this sounded ridiculous. What meaning could there possibly be in a disease that takes so much?