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Abraham Lincoln. Steve Jobs. Howard Schulz. The nominee accompanied The Patient that would be me to physician appointments, picked up prescriptions and made sure The Patient took her meds. He did laundry, cooked and washed dishes. He ran errands, fetched Chai tea and allowed The Patient to lounge around in pajamas as long as she wanted. All this while undergoing chemotherapy himself, some days worse than others.
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I Survived 8 Cancer Battles. Here Are 5 Life Lessons I Learned
But cancer was never a part of the plan. A cancer diagnosis changes everything. On September 9th, , I received the devastating news that I had a fast-growing tumor in the right side of my tongue, and that I needed surgery to remove it. This involved total reconstruction of half of the tongue and a neck dissection to remove lymph nodes in a six hour surgery that resulted in over six months of physical recovery.
My latest PET scan came back completely clear, granting me access to the much-coveted and prayed for remission stage. You must be so happy to move on! Never in my life had I felt so lost and out of my comfort zone as I did that day. But it felt good. I knew that something amazing was growing and shaping inside of myself. I knew that, by the grace of God, I was still here and had fought through the battle to discover I was stronger, braver, and more alive than I ever thought possible.
This past summer, I attended the First Descents Tarkio white-water kayaking trip. But I pushed myself with the insistence of my awesome sister to get on that plane and fly across the country to experience what ended up being one of the most pivotal weeks in my journey of cancer, recovery, and identity.
The people I met became family, the struggles I pushed through on the Clark Fork of the Columbia River, allowed myself to really feel all of the emotions that I had been holding back for so long…it changed me in so many beautiful ways.