There are days that are etched into my memory. August 30, 2018 is one of those days. I got up early that morning prepared to go take a shower to get ready for a blood transfusion when I noticed something. Clumps of my hair was falling out in rapidly. This was one of those moments … Continue reading Brave
Don't worry.. I won't make any one cry this week! It's fascinating to sit down and get someone else's interpretation of the things that are going on in your life. Today on Diagnosis: The Series, I do just that, by sitting down with Alexa Conners. Most people know Alexa has being a Pro-MMA fighter; however, … Continue reading “This is something you tell…” – w/Alexa Conners
On August 10th, 2018 I was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Because this form of leukemia is aggressive it had to be treated aggressively and on August 15th I began induction. Over the next 6 months I went through intense treatments. Eight rounds of chemo, which consisted of two different cycles. Cycle A and Cycle … Continue reading My First Round of Chemotherapy
When I was first diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (A.L.L.) I was absolutely clueless to both the illness and what to expect from the side effects. Because of this I began learning about my illness and decided to sitting down to discuss what A.L.L. is and what my journey has looked like since being diagnosed. … Continue reading What is Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia? A.L.L.