I hope my story reminds people that they are not alone in their battle with cancer.
“I’m passionate about men’s health because I love my wife and I want to be around to keep loving her for a long time.”
Raj Kumar, a consultant stroke physician with Ainstree University Hospital in Liverpool, lives in Ainsdale with his wife Sarah, his children—Hannah, Emilyand Tom 13—and two dobermanns (Bailey and Maisie).
Moving from feelings of abandonment to forgiveness wasn’t easy, but embracing compassion and gratitude made it worth the journey.
It wasn’t about fighting cancer, it was learning to live with cancer.
Darius Stewart and his mother grieve the impending loss of a good man– “slugging our way /to the altar for grace, bartering for his life.”
How did we not have a simple conversation about not feeling well—emotionally or physically?
Men’s health is a serious cause.
For the last three years, I have been growing it for Movember.
An empath’s poem
A lesson that NFL Hall of Famer Michael Haynes had to learn
I recently came across an article titled “JAK2 V617F clonal disorders: fate or chance?” in the latest issue of Blood. It set my mind drifting back to an old yet familiar place.It’s a very useful study for those in the field but unless you are, know or care about someone who is JAK2+ with a resulting Myeloproliferative…
Fight, remember those who have fought, and never forget.
Stand Up 2 C
National TeddyBear Day and Stand Up 2 Cancer Day are the same date. How about celebrating by giving a cancer survivor a teddy bear?
They care for kids in ways no one else can. They have a day that recognizes that fact. Today.