I finished chemo thirty months ago. I take some time to write a much needed update on my physical and mental healing.
Dr. Einhorn – The “Godfather” of Testicular Cancer
Back in the 1970s, testicular cancer used to be a death sentence. Thanks to the work of Dr. Lawrence Einhorn, now it’s one of the most curable cancers.
What to Expect When You’re Expecting Chemo
Facing BEP chemotherapy for testicular cancer? Have a billion questions? Can’t find any clear answers? I suggest starting here.
Twelve Months Later
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.
Six Months Later
Six months after completing chemo, I pause again to reflect on how my healing progressed. It continues to be quite the journey, inside and out.
Two Months Later
After reaching the two months post chemo mark, I take time to reflect on my healing. I find it’s quite the journey, inside and out.
The Cost of Cancer
After three months of chemotherapy, surgeries, medications, and more, I total up the financial cost of cancer. Would be nice to have all that cash back.
Chemo brain is a mix of brain fog, short attention span, and more. I wrote a piece in the midst of it to best describe how it is.
The Waiting Game
After completing chemotherapy, I settle into the next stage… the waiting game. Halfway between patient and survivor, I wait for results.
The “Natural” Way
Before beginning chemotherapy for testicular cancer, I decided to look into natural healing options. I wanted to know what the research says.