The COVID vaccine from a cancer patient's view, who has endured needle after needle
I discuss writer Philip Anderson’s Article “Losing Touch” during this pandemic, particularly as a “disabled yet able” person. I throw in my nod to my 80’s childhood too.
Thoughts from Patient Advocate, Writer & Philosopher, Adam Hayden; The Cost of Being Sick in America; The "Financial Toxicity" of Living With a Chronic Illness; and a Post on "Healthcare As A Human Right" from a Fellow Blogger
Our Healthcare Heroes Working Through A Pandemic - The "Unseen" Heroes; Healthcare Heroes & The Black Lives Matter Movement; - "Don't Shut Down Protests Using The Virus As An Excuse" - A Call From Top Healthcare Providers; and HOW THE TRUE VIRUS REALLY IS RACISM & INEQUALITY
I MAY HAVE UNDERGONE 7 BRAIN SURGERIES AND STILL COGNITIVELY ALRIGHT FOR THE MOST PART, BUT I CANNOT COMPREHEND THE WORLD WE ARE LIVING IN RIGHT NOW It’s been a bit since I sat down to finally finish this Series. I REALLY thought it would be published yesterday, but life got in the way. The [...]