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Researchers at Memorial University are seeking young adult cancer survivors to participate in an online health survey.

Localife Toronto got to visit the ELLICSR kitchen back in May. We had a great time there, and support ELLICSR’s initiatives, so we agreed to share this message with the YACC community. Please participate if you’re able!

My most recent scare gets the label of “good” for highlighting a transition I have made from fear to confident awareness.

The aches in my lower back and my left hip—where I’ve had many a needle sent in to retrieve bone marrow—is the host of my pain that has prompted my return to the healthcare system “for further investigation.”

It may not show the nuances of my blood but I’m confident that it will give me all the feedback I need to know about which direction my health is going.

I’m a new man. I can’t believe the difference. Part of me really is kicking myself in the pants for not having done this much sooner.

I’ve heard from a few of you asking how I am, so I’m finally getting to my computer with some free time to get back and connect with you all. In short, I have been very well. Here are some of the details. About two months ago, my wife and I joined a gym. It […]

I am learning that a major part of dealing, and more specifically, healing involves feeling.

On Friday, October 10, I will once again, for the third time, turn two!

Here we are, five days away from the RealTime Cancer Climb and it is my desire to give you a little caption inside the making of this event. I tell the story all the time, especially in the weeks prior to the Climb, but not always this side of things.