Feeling Grateful While Waning Off

6 months of water practices may be waning off, but with only a practice or two left of this summer’s water season, I felt extremely grateful last night to be out on the water with my amazing teammates, our wonderful volunteers and terrific coach, Lily, enjoying a beautiful sunset while getting a late season row […]

National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day 2018

According to the Metastatic Breast Cancer Network, today, October 13, 2018, marks the 10th Anniversary of National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day. We often forget in this era of Susan B. Komen, Ford’s Warriors in Pink (don’t get me started on that one today–I’ll write a Think Before You Pink post later), pink ribbons, and […]

The Impact of High Turn Over

Seriously???? Why is it that my medical team here in Chicago is starting to resemble a charter school staff with it’s obnoxiously high turnover rates? No one sticks around for any extended time!!! In 2017, my oncology primary care physician of 2.5 years jumped ship to become the director of another university’s adult cancer survivorship […]