Following my list of cancer blog posts in part 1 (2006–2007) and part 2 (2008), this batch covers 2009. By then, I was coming to realize that my cancer wasn't going to be cured. At best, it seemed, I might be able to manage it as a chronic condition long-term, perhaps. And that's what I did for much of the year, taking cediranib daily and managing the awful intestinal side effects, until that drug stopped working, and I moved back to more traditional and awful chemo.
- Dog in the family?
- Family and flight
- What comes and goes
- Step 1: put your pup in a box
- My interview last week on CBC TV
- Oh fuck
Again, see Part 1 (2006–2007) and Part 2 (2008). Part 4 (2010–2011) finishes off the link series marking four years since my cancer diagnosis.