Did you know September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month? Similar to Lung Cancer, Children’s cancer research is very under funded. When Molly was first diagnosed, I asked my psychiatrist if there was anything worst than your spouse being diagnosed with cancer? She replied yes, your child being diagnosed. Continue reading
So why did you move to US? I still get this question asked all the time. I have been living in this country most of my life but I will always be an immigrant. I don’t really mind it though, immigrant sounds tough and cool. I’d like to think I am like the immigrants who came to Ellis Island all those years ago, but I came on a jumbo jet with inflight movies not on a sardine packed boat when people didn’t bathe very often.
I love doctors, I really do. I have all sorts of them. I have a general practitioner, an allergist, gastroenterologist, dermatologist, sleep therapist, I even have a psychiotrist to help me deal with some of the recent issues. Continue reading
If you want to see Molly’s interview on Stand Up to Cancer before it airs tonight, It has been already posted on her NBC Website.
Monday November 25th 2013, 49ers were playing Monday Night Football and everyone was excited since Thanksgiving was just around the corner. I was however at the Stanford Hospital clutching my wife’s tiny purse pacing back and forth nervously. I think 49ers were winning maybe this was a good omen, may be the surgeon would walk out and tell me my wife’s biopsy did not show malignant cancer cells. It’s the night I will never forget. Continue reading