Items Tagged ‘caretaker’

Support Kept Us Going

October 20, 2016

Support Kept Us Going

By uclahealth uclahealth

I was recovering from a quadruple bypass and getting healthy when I found out I had breast cancer,” says Raj Dhillon, who found out she had HER2+ cancer, a genetic form of breast cancer that she shared with her twin sister, Tej Bains. “My sister had stage 2 breast cancer, mine was stage 1. I […]

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Tags: breast cancer, caretaker, chemotherapy, featured story, genetic, HER2+ cancer, lumpectomy, oncologists, patient stories, quadruple bypass, radiation, radiologists

Goober - "Good Times"

June 6, 2016

Goober – “Good Times”

By Goober Goober

Even during my summer of chemotherapy for M1b testicular cancer (I was in denial for six months as it kept growing rapidly), experiencing a myriad of nuclear imaging because of an unknown mass in my liver, and couple of surgeries I had because of my cancer, the very unpleasant times that I had turned into […]

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Tags: brain cancer, cancer survivorship, caretaker, chemotherapy, Dr. Mark S. Litwin, M1b testicular cancer, mass in my liver, nuclear imaging, oncology unit, Ovarian Cancer, patient stories, testicular cancer