Today marks the five-year anniversary of my last dose of chemotherapy — my “chemoversary”.
It’s a good time to reflect and give thanks.
I learned a lot on my journey. Now – five years later – I’m looking back on my experience, and documenting the strategies I used to cope with my diagnosis and treatment.
I’m detailing my reflections in a book, and companion planning tool, scheduled for publication in December 2019. (more info here)
The thesis of the book is that: Creating a simple plan can help cancer patients more effectively cope with, and recover from, a life-threatening diagnosis.
While this rings true in my experience, I believe that the book, and the tool will be more effective if it includes a variety of voices, experiences, and perspectives.
I’m currently looking for cancer survivors, or current patients, willing to participate in a brief (30-60 minute) interview for potential inclusion in the book. I would greatly appreciate your introductions and referrals!
If you or someone you know might be interested, please get in touch by filling out the form here: https://www.brightn.co/carecanvas