Happy Thanksgiving from Battling Cancer!



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Happy Thanksgiving!  As I mentioned earlier this week, I’ll be spending today feasting with my husband, parents, brother, and sister then resting and digesting snuggled up on a couch.

As our family has just recently suffered the sudden loss of a loved one, I’ve really been humbled by how much I have to be thankful for:  a truly amazing family that is all in reasonably good health, safe and warm shelter, fantastic career opportunities, and wonderful friends that will pinch hit for me in an emergency.  These last few months have been topsy turvy with a big cross country move and career change, and I’m especially thankful to HART for being such a patient and encouraging teacher during my first month blogging here at Battling Cancer

Now that I’ve officially been writing for a month, I have to say that it’s been quite an experience.  I’ve written a lot about cancer prevention, research, and even my own personal experiences.  For your reading enjoyment, here is a short list of my most popular posts: 

What Your Friends and Family With Cancer Want You to Know

Cancer Patients Pay Less for Surgeries, Feel Better When Hypnotized

Volunteer for Breast Cancer!  Six Ways You Can Start Today

25 Financial Assistance Resources for Cancer Patients, Survivors, and Care Givers

Please let me know which ones you’d like best and what kind of things you’d like to hear about in the future in the comments! 

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  1. Thanks for the mention! I’m really happy the way you’ve brought this blog back to life.

    PS I took your picks above and combined them with the sidebar and created a new page called “Top Posts” (see top menu bar)

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