Happy New Year from “The Patient Path”

Dear Readers, Thank all of you for following The Patient Path since its inception two years ago, when I began my journey with Uterine (Endometrial) Cancer. Please continue to visit throughout 2016 for more information, insights, and inspiration for becoming the most important member of your healthcare team as you embark on your own journey with gynecologic cancer and… Continue reading Happy New Year from “The Patient Path”

My Story – Uterine (Endometrial) Cancer: Two Years, Two Ripe Peaches

“Still Life with Peaches” – Paul Gaugin, 1889 Two years ago today, I underwent a da Vinci robotic total hysterectomy for uterine (endometrial) cancer, followed by vaginal radiation (brachytherapy). I am now cancer free, and my sincere hope is that all women with uterine and other gynecologic cancers will not only celebrate their two-year anniversaries, but… Continue reading My Story – Uterine (Endometrial) Cancer: Two Years, Two Ripe Peaches

My Friend’s Story – Leukemia: Update on Her Family

SANDEE & MITCH KLINE Last evening, as I was writing a fictional story based on my childhood, I received a long-distance telephone call from my real childhood friend’s daughter in Israel. She has kept in touch with me over the past five years since her mother, whom I had known since we were seven years… Continue reading My Friend’s Story – Leukemia: Update on Her Family

Thanksgiving Day and Globalization

REPOSTED WITH THANKS FROM THE ARTICLE ON GLOBALBUSINESS.ME BY FAROK J. CONTRACTOR, PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY As Americans sit down to their Thanksgiving Day repasts each year, they are taught to recall the story of the “Pilgrim Fathers,” who in 1620 founded one of the first English settlements in North America at what was then Plimoth… Continue reading Thanksgiving Day and Globalization