At this point, the phrase “let us out – please” is a mantra for us. We’ve been self-quarantined for quite a while. And we’re yearning to get out of the house.…Read more
As this blog title notes, “Volunteering Is GREAT.” And I realized this more than ever while being laid up after my knee replacement surgery.
Last year, I wrote: If you aren’t already doing so, consider volunteering.…Read more
Amazing. Unbelievable. Lucky. Blessed. I am now a five-year cancer survivor. Although some define the 5-year period as beginning at the date of diagnosis, I prefer to use the date of my Whipple surgery for pancreatic cancer.…Read more
Tuesday February 4, 2020 was World Cancer Day. While some progress has been made over the years, a lot more needs to be done. YOU can help by donating to a cancer research program of your choice.…Read more
As we look forward to the future, we need to be thankful for what we have. And not be unhappy for what we don’t have. Now, we offer our annual message.…Read more
Each year, the National Cancer Institute at NIH (National Institute of Health) produces a report on the status of cancer in the United States.
- Overall cancer death rates continue to decrease in men, women, and children for all major racial and ethnic groups.
To learn more, click the image to visit the site.…Read more