Another update, another day.
Seriously, the holding pattern is kind of ridiculous. It’s the same thing, every day: - Call doctor; am told that they’re waiting to hear back from the insurance. - Call insurance; am told that they’re waiting to hear from their board The thing is? It’s just words on a paper. They don’t see my tooth broken off in the front. They don’t get to hear about how my...
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Mary was diagnosed with Stage 3 squamous cell carcinoma (tongue cancer) in July of 2009. As a non-smoker her entire life, this came as quite a shock. She had half of her tongue removed and remade from from a skin graft in her arm. A month after her surgery, she began six weeks of daily radiation treatments and chemotherapy. She lost sixty-five pounds but managed to keep most of her hair,...