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The hair is going

A ton of hair fell out in the shower. I can’t deal with months of this crap until it all falls out. Buzzing it on Saturday. Keep me accountable.

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To My Colleagues

Many of you are now reading this because of the email that Leigh and Terry sent out on my behalf. I want to thank you all for your support and love. Starting today, I will have chemo every other Friday

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Live Tweeting Chemo!

Breaking news! I have decided that I am going to live tweet my chemo! Because what better way is there of utilizing social media to educate about cancer? (Ok I can think of a few..) This idea warranted a work

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What Not to Say to THIS Cancer Patient

Since I’ve begun telling people about my diagnosis, I’ve noticed that people- with the best of intentions of course- can be REALLY stupid. Others can be insensitive. Others can say things that honestly just annoy me but would probably not

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It’s shocking how young you can feel

I am the youngest in the waiting room by about 40 years. One girl just left the chemo room who was probably 5 or 10 years older than me. Every time I make eye contact with another person in the

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The dreaded bone marrow biopsy.

I have a list in my head of medical procedures that I have seen on TV that I never want to have happen to me: – fully conscious brain surgery – any of those procedures you see on House where

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