Archives for December 2014

Another guest post by my brother, Mike Thorson, about an experience so many survivors have — people asking us about symptoms, telling us their fears, wanting us to describe our symptoms differently than what they are feeling so that they can stop worrying and get back to their lives.  Our responses, though, are always the same: […]

I love reading end of the year lists. I like the moment of contemplation, however fleeting, they inspire. These are the top 10 most-read posts from 2014, and I especially like the story they tell about me and what it’s like to live my life in red in the third full year since surviving a […]