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Chemotherapy- You "Rang the Bell", but are you ready to celebrate?

Congratulations!-You’ve completed chemotherapy, “rang the bell” and have so much to celebrate, but wait, you’re not feeling celebratory?!!! If you’ve gone thru any course of chemotherapy, you know how challenging it’s been, so when you’re finished there’s so much to celebrate and be thankful for. But not everyone is feeling ready to celebrate in the same way others may expect. I found it really difficult when people assumed now that you’ve completed your treatments that you’re “all better” or “cancer free” and life is ready to pick back up where you left off! First of all, anyone that has been diagnosed with cancer, knows cancer changes your life! In addition to the risk of recurrence, I’m n

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