These are my stories of what it was like to be diagnosed with an extremely rare cancer, survive treatment, surgery, and how I’m continually finding life again.
I think I’m ready to fast-forward to 2024 (insert frustrated, crying emoji here)! I was filled with anticipation and excitement for the new year, but here I am. In bed. With an uninvited guest who we shall call Flu. (I tested negative for COVID.) I thought it would be a simple hit and run. The […]
I apologize if I’ve left some of you in suspense. My December 6, 2022 scan was clear. I appreciate that the doctors and nurses at Moffitt don’t do any of the chit chat before sharing the results. They understand what patients need to hear ASAP. Dr. Reed only had one foot in the door before […]
I am less than a week out from another surveillance scan. The first one since I was “upgraded” to getting one every four months, instead of three. The extended time period has been nice, but the scanxiety seems a little worse this go-around. There was something reassuring about going more frequently. On the other hand, […]