We agreed a long time ago that no news is good news, so I know you’ll forgive me for waiting almost a year to write an update.
All is well – Natasha and I got married in October and we moved into a new home in November; I’m working at an amazing creative agency (Parallax Branding + Interactive) with a bunch of amazing people; and, 26 months after being told those three little words (“you have cancer”), I’m happy to report that I’m 100% cancer-free.
Maintenance therapy continues. I’m still on the same combination of oral and infused chemotherapy (POMP), which means I only have to be in the infusion center once every 28 days. The monthly infusions leave me feeling less than stellar for a few days each month, but thanks to regular neupogen injections I have a semi-functioning immune system and have been fortunate to avoid further complications or infections. Knock on wood…
We were humbled recently to have the opportunity to share our story in the UT San Diego, as part of a series called Courage Through Cancer.
Check out the article here: Courage through cancer: Infections add to cyclist’s tough battle
Special thank you to Doug Williams and to Clay Treska for giving us the chance to talk about our experience.
Until next time…
Lots of love!