The Evolution of Your Life – Serving a Greater Purpose

By |February 1st, 2018|

What are you meant to do with your life?

What is your life purpose?

These are not easy questions to answer and truly require self-exploration and soul searching. Figuring out what you truly believe in, what you’re passionate about, and what your life-calling is, may be a process that continues through-out your life-span. It’s a journey that involves uncovering what really […]

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Top Questions To Ask Your Doctor Upon a Cancer Diagnosis

By |January 25th, 2018|

Want to know what you or your loved one can do to manage their care after a cancer diagnosis?

Asking questions is an important part of managing your care. The questions you choose should be based on your unique needs and interests, and those questions may change over time.

Consider the following questions as you decide what […]

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The Healing Power of Laughter

By |November 17th, 2017|

As a child, I didn’t find certain jokes played on me as being all that funny. But as I matured and lightened up a bit, I welcomed and even anticipated the humor in the pranks that were played on me, and welcomed the power of laughter.

Humor is infectious and as a physician I can honestly […]

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Letting Go

By |November 9th, 2017|

After my diagnosis, I was faced with the harsh reality that I had spent the first half of my life merely existing. Since my diagnosis, I have decided letting to was my best chance to LIVE! And for me that means to:

Love myself and others

Inspire those around me

Voice my dreams and ambitions

Enjoy life!

I L.I.V.E every […]

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Faith Engine Check

By |October 26th, 2017|

I perceive faith as a positive notion, akin to trust in God.

Active faith, then, would aim to remove negative thoughts about my illness, which could easily dominate me, and replace them with trust in God using a positive attitude. I chose this approach intentionally and followed it with the same discipline I had used in […]

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The Reinvention of Me Part 1

By |October 5th, 2017|

Surviving breast cancer is a difficult, life-changing event – for anyone.

Personally, I underwent a partial mastectomy, a lymph node dissection, 15 rounds of chemotherapy and 33 treatments of radiation. I now have clinically disabling lymphedema (persistent swelling) of my right arm and hand and can no longer perform hands-on treatment of my patients.

But the most […]

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