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My friend Ken Stone and I had a fun conversation yesterday about resonance. Ken is known as the Soul Archaeologist and loves to help people live in a profound experience of connection with God. As we talked about resonance and the implications it carries for...read more
Previously I posted about the things I learned while doing my immune therapy in Santa Barbara at the Issels Center. You may have noticed that my list includes some pretty random things, and that not all of the items on my list appear to be health related. As a...read more
I'm going to split up the posts about all I learned while doing immunotherapy in Santa Barbara simply because explaining the entire list would be overwhelming as one blog post. Ivan (my dear, dear husband) and I learned more than we ever, ever thought we would need to...read more
Once my week of immuno-oncology treatment was finished in Mexico, the Issels Medical Center transferred me from the hospital in Tijuana to their facility in Santa Barbara, CA. The fact that their focus on cancer is one week of the four and the rest of the time is...read more
Let me pause from blogging about the dynamics of my week in the hospital (pursuing immuno-oncology after my breast cancer diagnosis) to take you inside my heart, for that is truly where most of my healing is taking place. It is my Ground Zero for healing. My first...read more
In this post I will answer the questions many of you have asked me about my treatment while I was in Mexico at the immuno-oncology hospital during the month of April: what in the world did they do to you?! First, I received daily non-toxic IV chemotherapy targeted...read more
So, now I am home from my month-long treatment. I won't say "cancer treatment," because it was so much more than that, and I have learned a lot! To bring you up to speed, I left very quickly for Mexico after the 3T MRI test results returned with a BI-RADS score of...read more
Today I'd like to take that question out in the open and see how it looks in the light of day. It was my first reaction upon hearing my radiologist say to me that the lump I had found on my breast self exam was a problem and needed to come out. "How is that even...read more
In Part 1, I wrote about my responses in first learning that I have small breast tumor that my doctors believe to be highly likely to be malignant. Here is what transpired next: After going to one of the most skilled breast surgeons at MD Anderson, Ivan and I...read more