Wine Racks and the Mystery of Survival

Posted September 16th, 2022

I think I got the racks as a Christmas present in 2000. I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma the day after Thanksgiving that year, then started chemotherapy soon after (I think three to four days a week). When I put them together, I didn’t know what to think. Will I not live long enough to […]

Self Destruction

Posted September 8th, 2022

I Didn’t Want to Be Who I Am I’m a hypocrite. My rational self tells me obviously true things about my self-destructive habits. Yet I continue on my road to nowhere health-wise. I came pretty close to dying of cancer. I want to be healthy for as long as possible. But you couldn’t tell that […]

10 Ways the Inflation Reduction Act will Impact Cancer Care

Posted August 18th, 2022

This week, President Biden signed into law the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). While the name of this bill doesn’t sound like it has a thing to do with healthcare, there are major provisions in the bill that will greatly change the landscape of healthcare, especially in regards to prescription drug coverage for people with Medicare. […]

Wrapping Up Our “Five Questions With…” Series

Posted August 11th, 2022

The Five Questions with blog series was really a highlight of the last few months for us. We loved talking with members of the healthcare team that don’t get enough attention for the work they do. Healthcare is a big puzzle. Without all the pieces, put together just right, the puzzle just doesn’t work. We […]