Finding — And Catching — Your Breath

Okay, winter, you can move along any time now please. We’re all done here. The groundhog said you were on your way out. So, pack up your ice and snow and arctic wind chill factor and germs, and take a hike. Okay? You listening to me?? Guess not… I started a draft of this post […]

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Not All Better — A Survivorship Toolbox

GPS for Survivors — Where are we? I’m about to make another “man-on-the-moon” statement: If we can put a man on the moon, how come we don’t do a better job of helping cancer survivors survive? In fact, this picture on the left is from the website for Garmin.com, and illustrates all 24 of the […]

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Hormones + Breast Cancer = ‘Spin’?

This is a long one, dear readers, so get yourselves a fresh cup of coffee. Early this week, one of the presenters at this year’s San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium made a media splash with the results of his research study, headlined, Estrogen Alone is Effective for Reducing Breast Cancer Risk. Dr. Joseph Ragaz, of […]

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Losing It…And Trying To Get It Back

It makes me absolutely crazy when I hear, once again, from a cancer survivor who is suffering from fatigue and cognitive deficits for months & years after treatment, and is getting no help from her docs, or understanding from family and friends. Time to re-post this, one of many posts I’ve written on the subject. […]

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