Patient Stories

Postcancer Body Approved Activities
6.16.2017 Nicole Schulz

After two bone marrow transplants, my life is a lot different. My body definitely isn’t what it used to be. So I am learning to embrace new activities. Activities that my body can actually handle.

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Tip #089 - The Worth of One Soul
6.09.2017 Ian Macleod

After diagnosis, treatment and recovery, hospital bills can become very discouraging. You will try not to get the mail, but what else can you do around the house?

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Tip #32 - The Last Meal
5.31.2017 Ian Macleod

Stop! I'm not referring to THE last meal! What I am referring to is the last meal before you are admitted into the hospital.

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Patient Perspective Tip #42 -The F Word
5.18.2017 Ian Macleod

Let me start by saying that I want to apologize to my parents or family that may find this tip crude or disrespectful. I promise you it’s not meant to be flippant.

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Tip #047 - Always Wear a Mask
5.11.2017 Ian Macleod

The moment you are admitted, the mask becomes your companion. It's what keeps you alive.

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Tip #21 - Waiting
5.02.2017 Ian Macleod

Oh, the waiting. Nothing can prepare you for the amount of waiting you have to do when you get cancer. Waiting is part of the process. The more you fight it, the more you want to throw something.

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