I received my diagnosis of chronic lymphocytic lymphoma the day I retired. My CEO called and asked me to come back to work, which I did. Mentally and emotionally, it was the best solution for me. It kept my mind off of me.
– Lynn Aspey, chronic lymphocytic lymphoma
I try to keep my mind occupied by doing crosswords, but it is hard to return to the old you after cancer, as you’re never the same person.
– Louise Warner, breast cancer
How do you help your son with his cancer when he is helping you with yours? We FaceTime every day (we live in different countries), sadly we compare treatment notes and make each other laugh.
-Kimberly Cooper, lung cancer
It actually helps me mentally by supporting someone. It actually makes me feel less alone by knowing they aren’t alone.
– Noshin Saloojee, breast cancer