arkansas children's hospital, cancer, dysgerminoma, esophageal stricture, grateful, support, surgery while pregnant, teen cancer

To The Nurses Who Made a Difference in My Life

I've spent more days in the hospital than I can count. So I can't tell you how many daily visits with the doctor I had in my hospital room. That would take a lot of math. But the math that really stumps me is how many times I was visited by a nurse. If you've been lucky… Continue reading To The Nurses Who Made a Difference in My Life

arkansas children's hospital, cancer, dysgerminoma, growing up, hair, positive energy, support, teen cancer, The Fault in Our Stars

Why We Need to Talk About Teen Cancer

There is no situation in which cancer does not suck. Cancer sucks. This is a fact. We are told we can make choices in our lives that make us less prone to developing cancer. We are told many cancers are preventable. And while this is being said, what is not really being said -- but… Continue reading Why We Need to Talk About Teen Cancer