I finished chemo thirty months ago. I take some time to write a much needed update on my physical and mental healing.
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.
Facing BEP chemotherapy for testicular cancer? Have a billion questions? Can’t find any clear answers? I suggest starting here.
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 after completing chemo, I pause again to reflect on how my healing progressed. It continues to be quite the journey, inside and out.
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.
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.
After completing chemotherapy, I settle into the next stage… the waiting game. Halfway between patient and survivor, I wait for results.
Before beginning chemotherapy for testicular cancer, I decided to look into natural healing options. I wanted to know what the research says.