Andrew Marshall Proves He’s a Survivor on The Voice

Leukemia survivor Andrew Marshall continues to move forward in The Voice competition. Last week, he left Blake Shelton’s team after a brief stay only to be snapped up again for the Nick Jonas roster. Singing Jason Mraz’s “I Won’t Give Up,” his rendition was meaningful and heartfelt, no doubt a reflection of the adversity this…… Continue reading Andrew Marshall Proves He’s a Survivor on The Voice

NCI Reports Researchers Create Modified Antibodies to Target RAS and p53 in Cancer

Researchers have come up with a clever way to target two of the most notorious proteins involved in cancer …. Researchers Create Modified Antibodies to Target RAS and p53 in Cancer was originally published by the National Cancer Institute. April 2, 2021, by NCI Staff Researchers have come up with a clever way to target…… Continue reading NCI Reports Researchers Create Modified Antibodies to Target RAS and p53 in Cancer

Avoid Online Drama

Ironic though this subject may seem for a cancer blog, it’s an important one to discuss. The development and rise of the online world has proven a tremendous boon for patients. The internet is being used more and more to provide information, assistance, services, and even care. Just like any technology, however, the internet can…… Continue reading Avoid Online Drama

Coping Tools – Journaling

Receiving a life-changing diagnosis is exactly that, and it creates ripples (sometimes tidal waves) throughout a person’s life. One of the most difficult facets of the experience for me has been the ever-present uncertainty. There’s never a guarantee a particular treatment will work. You don’t know what side effects you’re going to experience – how…… Continue reading Coping Tools – Journaling