Monthly Archives: November 2016

Survivorship Sucks – Reasons to remove the phrase “At Least” from your vocabulary

Survivorship is hard. I’m about 14 months post-transplant now, and I expected things to be easier. Of course, the story of my treatment seems to be that when things can go wrong, they do, so here goes: I am severely … Continue reading

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A Foreword to my 21st: Some Thoughts on the Election

Many people I have met in the childhood cancer community are of the opinion that it is a privilege to care about something like an election – that instead of caring about who rules our country they care that they … Continue reading

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It’s my 21st bday on Thursday and I’m pissed

Today I am super pissed. About other kids I know who have died or are dying. About the kids who are living but who have suffered and are suffering. About people who think we should be any more grateful to … Continue reading

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