E is for Equivalency

I remember my NOLA oncologist, Dr. Gurtler, being very opinionated, forceful, and persuasive about a number of things in regards to my diagnosis and treatment: She thought I should have reconstruction. She considered exercise as being extremely important and I was truly impressed with her personal exercise regimen–she walked her talk. Alcohol is really, really […]

C is for Cancer’s Global Footprint

In 2012, Public Radio International/PRI’s The World did a very thorough presentation of the status of cancer in the world, Cancer’s Global Footprint. This website is still relevant and the data collected is extremely insightful. Definitely worth checking out. So is investigating Oxford University’s Our World In Data for more recent information on cancer–as well […]