Dear Diary: Tuesday

This is the second of five daily diary entries about living with MBC. Tuesday, October 29, 2019 6:30 am – Lidocaine patch removal, courtesy of my dear hubby who has already been up a couple of hours working in his home office. I had trouble falling asleep last night, likely due to the steroids starting … Continue reading Dear Diary: Tuesday

March Madness

Before the month is over, I wanted to provide an update on life in Cancerland. I’ve been struggling with the side effects of whole brain radiation (WBR) for over three months now. My wonderful medical oncologist, Dr. K., has been a godsend with his diligence in finding additional options for my non-stop nausea. After Zofran, … Continue reading March Madness

Epic Failure

Electronic health records (EHR) have been around since the late sixties, and government regulations now require hospitals and doctor’s offices to implement them or receive a financial penalty. So why does each trip to a healthcare provider still seem like we are reinventing the wheel with the medical file? To illustrate, let me walk you … Continue reading Epic Failure