Yesterday was Jack’s first birthday! So much to celebrate. Elizabeth is recovering amazingly well just a few days after her surgery.
I am overjoyed to share with you the incredible news this day has brought. Elizabeth is out of surgery and doing extremely well! Her surgeon told us that the surgery went better than expected and to quote him “far exceeded … Continue reading
A short while ago, I received a voicemail from the Ottawa Hospital – not something new, seeing as I’m a frequent flyer there. It was a message from Dr. Sundaresan’s office asking to book a consult appointment. DR. SUNDARESAN is the HEAD … Continue reading
Healthline.com is a “consumer health information site — with 65 million monthly visitors — Healthline’s mission is to be your most trusted ally in your pursuit of health and well-being”. I recently found out that my blog, From Lizzie’s Lungs, … Continue reading
Bowling to Strikeout Cancer, Washington & a Cancer Update! Bowling to Strikeout Cancer Event My family and I attended the “Bowling to Strikeout Cancer” fundraiser in Ottawa last month! Myself and Dr. Wheatley Price (Chair of Medical Advisory Committee for … Continue reading
Last week I shared my story with employees at Pfizer Canada Inc. Head Office. I was able to thank them personally for the all of the hard work and research that they do to help cancer patients like myself.
It has been a long time since I’ve written about how things are going with my battle with lung cancer. I had mentioned before that I would let you all know about a “new and revised game-plan”. That was my cool, calm … Continue reading
It’s been almost 2 months since I last updated you on what’s going on in my life. We’ve been very busy so far this winter making lots of great memories.
PANAMA CRUISE: Firstly, I have to mention that I happen to have the BEST parents in the entire world. For Christmas this year, rather than exchanging gifts with one another, my parents, brother, sister-in-law, Dax, Jack and I all decided to go on a Panama Cruise together (I know – they’re pretty cool people!). Continue reading
Another scan, and still stable! I had another x-ray this past Monday and things look relatively the same. Of course, I would love to say that it shrunk like crazy and like magic, “there’s no more cancer!”, but unfortunately it is a long process and I am trying to stay positive and hope that it is shrinking ever so slightly. X-rays are not “exact” Continue reading