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It’s My Cancer and I’ll Cry if I Want To

Cancer is not the best thing that ever happened to me.

Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love and admire all of my fellow “you’ve got cancer” humans. Hands down. No doubt.

We share a cancer bond that no one else on earth can boast. We’ve each grown our own massive networks of fear neurons that mirror each other from across the globe. It’s kind of like we all went to…

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Nurse practitioner, health/medical writer, wife, momma, amazing badass rocking 10 years without evidence of cancer! www.nprush.com Twitter @joolzfnp

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Julie Nyhus MSN, FNP-BC

Julie Nyhus MSN, FNP-BC

Nurse practitioner, health/medical writer, wife, momma, amazing badass rocking 10 years without evidence of cancer! www.nprush.com Twitter @joolzfnp

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