Life is complicated. Life after a cancer diagnosis is even more complicated. It can hit you hard, so hard that you find yourself gasping for air. It is never something you can be prepared for, and it leaves you confused, puzzled, and disoriented. What do I do? What is next? How do I tell my family and friends? Scenarios and situations run rampant in your head.
When I was diagnosed with Stage IV gastric cancer last year at age 30, I felt the same way. I didn't know what action I should take, and found the amount of information overwhelming at times. But as challenging as the situation was and is, I became determined to take control of all that I can, to fi...
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