You are social distancing for me

From Women’s Health: My name is Rachel Bradbury and I’m a wife, mother of three, and volunteer worker living in Houston, Texas. Four years ago, at the age of 41, I went in for my second routine mammogram and was subsequently diagnosed with breast cancer and ovarian cancer. I had a BRCA gene mutation passed … Read more

Living through the COVID-19 outbreak as a cancer patient

From ABC/Australia: It has been a strange feeling hearing my possible death openly labelled inconsequential by public figures, commentators and even by some of my friends. Some remark that coronavirus has “only a 1-4 per cent” fatality rate, while others implore that everyone relax because “most people will only get mild symptoms”. While these statements … Read more

The Difference Between Choice Of Doctor And Actual Cancer Survivor Care

From The American Cancer Society: New research suggests there’s a mismatch between the type of doctors cancer survivors say they prefer for on-going cancer care and who they actually see. An American Cancer Society (ACS) study showed that most cancer survivors preferred their primary care physician (PCP) and cancer doctor (oncologist) to share their on-going … Read more