In September of
2001, I was diagnosed with advanced fallopian tube cancer, a
rare cancer treated like ovarian cancer. The survival rate for
my cancer was 15-25%. I was determined to change that rate to
100%. I read and researched everything that I could. I made
notes, wrote down questions, pored over reports, and looked up
medical terms. I educated myself. I endured eighteen months of
chemotherapy. I learned a lot about what really mattered in
I had the idea for
© My Journey Journals after finding that writing about life’s
challenges helped me to make it through them. By keeping a
journal, I was able to reflect on where I’d been and find hope
for the future.
Hopefully a My
Journey Journal can help do the same for you or someone you
know or love.
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