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When Vinegar Burns
Chemotherapy . . . that was what cancer patients were treated with. “Is leukemia cancer?” I asked. The doctor nodded. I ran out of the room...
"I want you to come and see me. Make an appointment for next week. We will talk then. Goodbye." I felt cold inside; other worldly, trembly with fingers of relentless ice slipping like slime through all the arteries of my body. This was it; this is what I ...
Simcha (Shari) Gershan: Contagious Enthusiasm even in the Darkest Moments
When Shari was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in April 2008, she concluded that there had to be reason she was chosen for this journey. So the 41-year-old mother of four embraced the illness as a gift whose lessons should be shared...
My Health Saga
I had "symptoms" of a number of major diseases and if that were not enough, my doctor said I had about six months to live. His only advice was to get my affairs in order...
Question: I am a young woman suffering deeply from depression and anxiety after having gone through cancer treatment and surgery. I have much guilt about my state of mind and heart. I wish so much to feel grateful instead of angry and sad. I fear my faith...
My forty-year-old husband has cancer that is "always deadly" and according to our doctors, there is neither a cure nor hope for any future. While he has battled it for twenty months now and our rabbi always tells us that we should never give up, I do not ...
How Much Do You Really Want to Know?
I didn't tell them about my other fear, the one that year after year keeps me from letting anyone perform genetic tests on me: The very real possibility that a doctor will peer into my innermost machinery and discover something wrong...
Hope Everlasting
These are people that come into our lives for only a brief moment and stay for an eternity. Tamara Davitashvili was such a woman...
My best friend has recently been diagnosed with cancer. My mother died of the very same type two years ago. I want to be there for her, but I am so scared to go through all the pain and suffering again...
Amanda Spiro lived a carefree, successful life and even worked as a model at one point. She was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 21. Her frightening new reality helped her discover her Jewish soul and the hand of G-d guiding her all along.
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