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Archive: 09 2013
both sides
Sep
28

Take your medicine - Rx: Laughter

Did you know that laughter produces good hormones and immune responses - even laughter for no particular reason. Lets practice laughing and add it to our daily medicine. Rx: Laugher for no particular reason x 1 minute daily. Read More

countesstt
Sep
26

EVERYBODY TALKS

My life with cancer was beginning.  It seemed to me that things were happening rather quickly but the sooner I could get started then the sooner I would be rid of this cancer.  I was putting on a good front but I was a bit scared.  However, the more people I told then the more optimistic and hopeful I felt. … Read More

countesstt
Sep
26

TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS

We had the diagnosis and the treatment plan.  This was now life “during” cancer.  So much for life “before cancer”.  We had to merge this new reality into our everyday lives which, for the moment, was going to change drastically. I had to start with my work.  Do I just call them up and say, “Sorry but I… Read More

countesstt
Sep
26

I WANT A NEW DRUG

We had just been informed of the chemotherapy treatment plan and what that would involve.  It was a ton of information to take in and try to understand.  It was also really hard to grasp the fact that Dr. Oncologist was actually talking about ME and not someone else. My oncologist confirmed that I was going… Read More

countesstt
Sep
26

DOWN WITH THE SICKNESS

    After the longest two days ever, we were finally able to see Dr. Oncologist.  We didn’t have to wait too long and as promised he fit us in at the end of the afternoon.  He too was a very nice man and we both felt comfortable with him.  Mike actually thought that under different circumstances he was… Read More

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