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Happy birthdays: Advances in metastatic research providing more? by Tami B.   This would be true. Birthdays have always been strange for me. I realize what an attention ham I am! Despite the hundreds of Fac ... Read on »
The first review of Bald is Be ... by Andrea H. Facebook The first review of Bald is Better with Earrings!  From Publisher's Weekly link to article Bald Is Better with Earrings: A Survivor’s Guide to Getting Through ... Read on »
Stereotactic radiosurgery complete – no iZombies yet! by Jan Hasak What a relief to have this latest round of radiotherapy complete! The ordeal entailed five days of treatment, but only lasted about 7 minutes each day. The brain MR ... Read on »
Silicone Breast Implant Rupture - Ultrasound or MRI? by Dr. C Medical DoctorHealth Maven Breast implant rupture is a risk associated with both saline and silicone implants, whether they are placed for cosmetic augmentation or breast reconstruction. In the cas ... Read on »
Developing cancer cures hits home for researcher by Tami B. A cancer researcher and stage IV survivor, Tom Marsilje shares his experience with survivors and fellow scientists. Irony (noun): a si ... Read on »
The Grace Project: A portrait of beauty, courage in face of cancer by Tami B. Joules Evans and me after my photo shoot. “Mom’s posing naked!” my husband Mike jokingly shouted out to my daughter like a bratty litt ... Read on »
Life and Death by Debby Patient Expert Today, I was sitting at a red light at an intersection. The light changed and the cross traffic stopped. As I prepared to pull out, I noticed a semi truck coming very fast t ... Read on »
Because Cancer Never Sleeps by Jacki D. A few little tears filled my eyes when a photo of a luminary (see middle image) arrived via text yesterday from my friend Sharon, who was up all night at the Rela ... Read on »
Spring, a time of hope by Tami B. Spring symbolizes a time of renewal. For me, it represents hope for the future. Spring is my favorite time of the year. To me, it’s th ... Read on »
Metastatic Chiller: Coming to a Theater Near Me? by Jan Hasak The morning before Easter a beloved young pastor from my church succombed to metastatic cancer.  Holding the disease at bay for several years, he obtained treatments ... Read on »