Without a doubt, one of my favorite speeches, the 'Man in the Arena' speech, was delivered by Theodore Roosevelt on April 23, 1910, at the Sorbonne in Paris, France. While I have many thoughts about September as it draws to a close today, I am choosing to use Roosevelt's words instead of my own. "It … Continue reading In the Arena: This Day, Every Day
As the end of September quickly approaches, I find myself wondering if there were a survivorship awareness AND action ribbon, what color would it be?! I've said it before, and I'll say it again: the greatest threat to our health and wellbeing is our lack of knowledge regarding our risk for potential late [side] effects … Continue reading Survivorship Awareness AND Action Ribbon: What Color?!
Truth: every wardrobe needs a little black dress or black bow tie just as every cancer survivor needs a cancer treatment summary. A cancer treatment summary is a detailed summary of your diagnosis, treatment along with your risk profile for late effects and recommendations for future monitoring diagnostics. A thorough treatment summary includes the following: … Continue reading Black Dress or Bow Tie: Got One?!
Living the Cure is ALL about seeking and cultivating WELLNESS in every area of your life while being ever mindful of your cancer treatment history and the risks you carry for treatment-related late effects.