From dating advice to unremarkable

A few weeks ago, I was interviewed by The Huffington Post about dating after diagnosis.  It turns out they are doing a whole series on young adults with cancer and the issues we face (fertility, employment, dating, etc).  While I’m certainly no guru on dating, I am open to sharing my
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Exciting News!

Since my last update was so long, I’ll keep this one brief, but it’s exciting! Most importantly, there is NO cancer in the hip!!  The MRI scan showed some swelling in a muscle, but no cancer!  Yahoo, this means I’m back to Stable Mable!!!!!!  Gosh I’ve missed her and I hope she decide
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Scan Results

I know I’m long overdue for an update.  The double edge sword in cancerland is that so many are this rollercoaster with me.  Don’t get me wrong; I’m immensely grateful for the support, but it can also be hard sharing bad news and knowing hearts are breaking as my health journey contin
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Worst Nightmare

Every parent’s worst nightmare…I posted a topless photo of myself online.  No wait, every parent’s worst nightmare is their child having cancer.  But, I did post a topless photo online.  Since it is breast cancer AWARENESS month, I thought people should truly be aware of what breast c
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Think Before You Pink!

Consider this a PSA with a brief update: With Pinktober just around the corner, please educate yourself and know where your donations go!  There will be ample opportunities to donate a dollar for a breast cancer ribbon at a grocery store, or buy $10 a razor with a pink ribbon on it an
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The Celebration Continues!

First, the bad news: The trip to Cancer Treatment Centers of America proved to be completely worthless and possibly harmful. I had four scans, each time injected with a radioactive tracer. The tracer and the actual scan can cause cancer, so I try to avoid having the scans more than ab
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My Gold Medal!

Corbin and I had a great time watching the Olympics (and even creating our own Olympic events in our living room)!  Hearing the athletes interviewed, they kept saying the same thing, over and over.  “This is what I’ve been training for the past 4 years.  This is my goal, what I’ve bee
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