I already wrote about my experience running a local 5k race to finish the Cancer to 5k program last weekend.
Yesterday, I had a checkup with my oncologist at MD Anderson Cancer Center. It was my first “3 month” visit, meaning my previous visits had all been at about 1-1.5mo intervals. Last time, though, my doctor decided to let me go for 3 months between appointments. I had anxiously been awaiting the time when my appointment intervals would start increasing.
Acute Myelogenous Leukemia Update full post
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I haven’t written in a little while, but I wanted to write about my experience in the Cancer to 5k program today. The Cancer to 5k program is put on by the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (see their blog, too). I can only say positive things about the experience. I wanted to use the program as a springboard to regain my physical fitness and lose the weight I had been wanting to lose before I got sick. I had packed on a good 25lb in the couple years prior to getting sick, and my overall fitness was suffering.
Cancer to 5k full post
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