Started by Dikita Barnes in Solid Tumors (Neuroblastoma, Retinoblastoma, Wilms Tumor, Osteosarcoma, Ewings and other Sarcomos May 3. 0 Replies 0 Likes
My son was just diagnosis with Wilms Tumor... Just finished first round of radiation and chemo today.. ;(.... Sleep all day and night...when he waits up...throwing up and stomach pain.....Don't like…Continue
Hello, I just joined this network today. I am in dire straights of trying to figure out where the line is of what is possible back lashes from radiation and chemo, or if it is something else. I am…Continue
I don't consider myself antisocial. I have friends and a social life, and I really enjoy spending my time with friends. However, recently I have noticed that although I have many friends, I don't have close relationships with any of them. I tried to understand why this is the case, and then I realized that like many of you, I have lost many friends to cancer. I hesitated to make friends at Camp Sunshine ( the cancer camp) because it was always a possibility that I would…Continue
I have often debated whether to use having cancer as applications such as university applications and med school applications. On one hand, it would give me a boost and make an excuse for my not-so-stellar GPA. On the other hand, I feel guilty using it because I know it gives me an advantage and makes me unique so I will have the upper hand in selection.
Sometimes I tell people, sometimes I don't. But I have realized that it's not playing a card that will give me an…Continue
I just wanted to post a few things here on what I have learned in college:
-You can't control everything
- You can't control people
-Sometimes you try, you fail, but you just have to get up again
-DC weather is not the same as weather in Atlanta
-No Flipflops in the winter
-No social event is good enough to replace studying
-Leaving things to the last minute is a terrible idea, and allnighters are the…Continue
Right now I am in the midst of finals here at Berkeley, and it gets very easy to get caught up in the stress of exams, and think that grades and these finals are the only things that matter. In theory, we know this is not true, but I forget it a lot. I get caught up in the happenings around me, and forget to remember what really matters.
In the Long Run, tests do not matter. Grades are less important. Learning however, is always important. Whether that be learning form…Continue