Tag Archives: pediatric cancer

Ultimate Hike and Dreamshifting

Things are progressing as they should. I have carried the intention for years to do a long walk/hike in order to raise funds for childhood cancer research with enough support to train, and finally received an answer to my intention. … Continue reading

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Gold Ribbons and the F-Word

I started this blog to give myself a place to express something other than my identity as a parent who went through the childhood cancer experience, but I cannot stop coming back to it.  It is the experience that lasted … Continue reading

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Comment on Drug Shortage Problem for Pediatric Cancer

UPDATE 02/21/2012:  We made a difference!! Listen to Dr. Adamson’s 5-minute testimony in the FDA webinar today:  Dr. Adamson’s testimony “I certainly understand that passing legislation is complex, difficult. I suspect, however, that it is no more complex or difficult … Continue reading

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Hope in Pediatric Cancer Approach

Perhaps this is part of my own PTSD (posttraumatic stress), but I have never let go of the sense of urgency and helplessness I faced when first hearing my own child had cancer in 2004.  This urgency and helplessness is … Continue reading

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Walk Across the US – Pie in Sky or Real?

I woke at 3:30 a.m. from a dream last night and everything suddenly became clear.  What is the one thing I could do that would combine every passion of mine so far?  A walk across the US! * Quest for … Continue reading

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Quiet 5 Year Survivor Celebration

This weekend marks an important milestone in any survivor’s life.  My daughter is officially 5 years out from cancer treatment.  When I mention this to her, she says she does not remember much of it, so she does not want … Continue reading

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