Nearly five years after my testicular cancer diagnosis, I have yet another CT scan. The good news: It’s clean. The bittersweet news: It’s the end of an era.
2020 marks four year since my testicular cancer began. It’s definitely been an era of ups and downs and I take time to reflect on some changes in my life.
After three years of running a cancer blog, I’ve evolved the focus in a variety of ways – from a personal narrative to a larger mission.
On the third anniversary of Lefty the Testicle’s passing, we take a moment to reflect upon what an impact this he had on those around him.
Writing about testicular cancer has been a big part of my journey. It’s a way to process and to heal, while giving back to others.
After beating testicular cancer, I’m left with one testicle. However, I’m taking a stand – this is a better lifestyle. Read on to find out why.
I always say I am surviving cancer. I will never say I survived cancer, because that seems too final. For me, it’s an ongoing process.
One year post chemo mark, I take time to reflect on how my healing progressed. It continues to be quite the journey, inside and out.
I began writing about my cancer experience one year ago. I’ve learned many different lessons since getting the ball rolling.
After being down one testicle (due to testicular cancer) for one year, I pause and reflect on how my life has changed since that day.