Tag: cancerexperience

Living Beyond Breast Cancer – What’s in it for you?

http://www.lbbc.org/sites/default/files/LBBC003_Org_Bro_8x8_Optimized.pdf Here’s a PDF brochure of the services that LBBC.org provides – you can find EVIDENCE-based, expert vetted information so you don’t have to go searching all over the web or wonder what Google searches will turn up for you today. If you’re looking for clinical trials, an ear to listen, advice you can use

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Euphonious Cancer

Tonight about 7:00 after chemo, I fell asleep leaning back in the driver’s seat of my Mini in the car park adjacent to Stanford South Bay Cancer Center. A deep, unpredicted snooze just after my second to last Taxol infusion. * Apparently, I’m deathly allergic to yucca, the tree Taxol is extracted from, and I

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Why Your Voice Saves Lives: Participation in Breast Cancer Research and Virtual Peer Groups

Learning to love myself and understanding on a deeper level what gratitude truly means came to me with a very high price tag. However, if my life and my legacy helps in any way my peers and those who will unfortunately be diagnosed after I’m long gone, then it’s a life well lived.