One of the most common things that cancer patients deal with is the fear of their cancer coming back or spreading. This fear of recurrence causes a lot of anxiety in the cancer community, especially when it comes time for scans, biopsies, and follow up appointments.Continue reading “Fear of Recurrence”
It feels like only a day has passed since Luke was first diagnosed and yet it also feels like it was a million years ago. We have been fighting this battle for so long and it feels neverending.
Well, here we go again.Continue reading “Here We Go Again”
It is hard to write this update today as we have answers, but they aren’t the answers we were hoping for. I promised to keep everyone updated as we learned more about what is going on with Luke so here is what we have learned.Continue reading “Not The Answers We Wanted”
This year has been filled with so many emotions. I can’t even believe all the things that happened in the last 365 days. So here is a summary:Continue reading “2018 – The Year of Ups and Downs”
I haven’t posted an update on Luke in a while mostly because my life has been so chaotic trying to get up here to Winnipeg, but also because I wanted to have as much information as possible.Continue reading “Lukey Update”
It’s been a while since I have posted. Since getting back from Winnipeg it feels like time has sped up and slowed down all at the same time. I got to spend some time with my family and now I’m up in Maine completing my last rotation before I graduate.Continue reading “Normal”
Blin-ah-toom-oh-mabContinue reading “Blinatumomab”