Illness in the House

Sadly, I am waking up to a house of illin' this morning. Everyone except me is sick with a stomach bug of some sort which is giving rise to this post. How exactly does an immune compromised wife [and] mom care for her sick family while protecting herself from catching it as well? Well, we … Continue reading Illness in the House

Working Smart: Minimizing Infectious Risk

Well, cold and flu season has arrived, so I thought I'd take the opportunity to share with you steps that I take to protect my health and wellness during the winter months. The first rule of heart transplant is to avoid large crowds, especially during winter months. I, like all organ recipients, am immune compromised … Continue reading Working Smart: Minimizing Infectious Risk

Total Body Skin Check

Well, my medical year in review includes something that I believe gets looked at every day, but it all to often overlooked in the care of the adult survivor of childhood cancer who received radiation. I will link to the Children's Oncology Group/s risk factors and guidelines at the end of the post. This year … Continue reading Total Body Skin Check