Category Archives: chemotherapy

Notes from a Mother with Cancer

“Ever since you got cancer you are so mean!”   Theses are the delightful words of my teenage son, who truly thinks that because I have cancer I am taking it out on him.  That I am just pissed off … Continue reading

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The waiting Room

“I think you were right about the Taxol.”   These were the words that dropped from the mouth of my Oncologist as she finished examining me yesterday.   “Your breathing is fine now,,” she continued,”I think it was the Taxol … Continue reading

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Regarding Hamsters, Taxol, and Regret

Regret.  It’s the houseguest that has overstayed his welcome.  No matter how irritable you become, how uncomfortable you try to make them feel; they stay.  Each morning you look across the breakfast table at this guest hoping today will be … Continue reading

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