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I Owe it To My Mother. Improving The Patient Experience.

I have been through a lot. Sometimes I feel like a walking medical experiment. Cancer twice, and the loss of my mother who also had cancer. Hundreds of appointments, blood tests, and procedures and enough radiation to light up the sky. … Continue reading

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25 Life Lessons From a Two-Time #Cancersurvivor

    1. Life is short. Don’t wait for the perfect moment to DO or SAY something important to you. 2. Death is not a failure. It is part of life and the more we accept that fact the more we … Continue reading

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My Mother Always Said Don’t Judge A Book By It’s Cover. We All Have A Story.

Several years ago I took my son to play a round of golf. We had parked the car and were heading to the course when I bumped into a woman I had known through my son’s school. We talked about … Continue reading

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