Tag Archives: treatments

Back at Work – For a While At Least

I mentioned earlier that the Radiation Oncologist suggested that I go back to work for a while because the effects of radiation won’t affect me til the end of treatment. So… I went back to work full time about a … Continue reading

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Cancer Survivor

I saw a Facebook post earlier declaring today as Cancer Survivor’s Day. It made me stop and think. What does that even mean?  Am I a survivor?  Does it count if I’m still going through treatment? Do I need to feel like I’ve survived something before I can call myself a survivor? Continue reading

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1st Milestone – Last AC Chemo

This past Friday, January 12th, marked my first milestone on this cancer journey. I had my last AC chemo. I haven’t had any major issues with this treatment, but I am super glad and grateful to say that this was … Continue reading

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A Week of Chemo – Infusion 3

On Friday, December 29th, I had my 3rd infusion of chemo. The process each time is pretty much the same. Do the blood work and then start the IVs. This time, I talked to the doctor about the anti-nausea meds. … Continue reading

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