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Entries by Hollye Harrington Jacobs from 03/2011

Breast Cancer Chemotherapy: Decisions, Decisions

| Posted 03.06.2011 | Huffington Post

One of the many challenges of navigating the health care world is that there are a trillion, no, make that a gazillion decisions to make, informed by millions of people with trillions of opinions.

Talking with Children About Chemotherapy

| Posted 03.13.2011 | Healthy Living

Despite the difficulty, the best thing you can do for your children is engage them in dialogue, which thereby engages them in the entire cancer process.

Breast Cancer and (Lack of) Social Graces

| Posted 03.18.2011 | Healthy Living

Socializing sure has changed since my breast cancer diagnosis. Thanks to breast cancer, I'm now acutely attuned to the social habits of entering and leaving gatherings.

Breast Cancer Phase Two: Portacath Insertion

| Posted 03.28.2011 | Healthy Living

Last week I went for my portacath insertion, which means commencement of phase two in the breast cancer marathon.

Breast Cancer Chemotherapy: Everything You Wish You Didn't Need to Know

| Posted 03.31.2011 | Huffington Post

Tomorrow is the first day of chemotherapy. WTF? Did I really just write that? Really? Seems so surreal.