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21 Feb, 17

To my cancer fighters, I was you this time last year.


To all of my cancer fighters, I was you this time last year. I’m writing to let you know that this time last year, I was in your shoes. I was you. I completely get what you’re going through right now, because I was there. Don’t worry, what you’re feeling is normal. This is all normal. Around this exact time last year, was about two weeks after my first chemo. This exact night is the first time I ran my...

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13 Feb, 17

A letter to all of the doctors that misdiagnosed me


A Letter to all of the doctors that misdiagnosed me: It’s officially been one year since I went into respiratory failure. One year since I was diagnosed with Stage 4B Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. One year since not only my life changed, but the lives of all of my friends and family changed. One year since I woke up in the ICU, after being transferred to Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, to Dr. Izidore Lossos, who essentially saved my life. One year since...

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06 Feb, 17

Always be kind.


Be kind to everyone,  for everyone is fighting their own battle. The world is full of kind people, if you can’t find one, then become one. People are judged every single day, whether we realize it or not. And I think it’s getting to the point where it’s actually becoming heartbreaking. So how do we deal with this? Well, here is what I’ve learned over the past year in my battle with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. In a world full of unkind...

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