Over the holidays my family and I took a break from Cancer world. We have had an active 2013 from scans, getting results, cancer fund raisers, to our NBC documentary and needed a break. This was of course easier said than done, cancer is well…….. is like cancer…..it takes over your life. We tried to have a normal holiday despite its existence, and it was good. Continue reading
I think the biggest under statement of the year would be to say that this is a better holiday season than last year’s. This year it actually feels like a holiday season, everyone in the family is happy, smiling, laughing, etc. Last year I wanted to shove up a Christmas tree up Santa’s nose. Continue reading
My last blog was going to be it for the year, but a readers comment has made me come out of retirement. I get many comments on my blogs, and most of them are very kind. I don’t approve all of them because they tend to be very religious and I am not religious! Continue reading
What a difference a year makes. Last year today we found out Molly was EGFR positive, and filled her first prescription of Tarceva, this month we radiated last of Molly’s tumors. Last year nobody knew who we were, today we get recognized on the street. Continue reading
Please watch and share. We let cameras into our lives not for fame & glory but to get one message across, anyone can get Lung Cancer. You don’t have to smoke to get it. Watch my eight year old talk about her mom and I dare you to ask her if her mom smoked! Lastly this documentary would not have happened if it wasn’t for a brilliant NY Times article by Paul Kalanithi, and efforts and determination of our NBC Producer Liza Meak, and David Burgess.