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Solving A Fifteen-Year Cancer Mystery

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If love is ‘what you’ve been through together,’ as author James Thurber wrote, then David and Susan Tull surely are the very definition of love. Through a 15-year cancer mystery and a host of additional health issues for David, the Tulls ultimately have each other – and now, significantly improving health for David.  In 2003, while living in Florida, David received unsettling news after …

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An ‘Insider’s View’ of Cancer Care

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Like chefs dining at someone else’s restaurant, when healthcare professionals need care, the perspective is different. After experiencing unusual abdominal pain in 2017, clinical nurse specialist Eddie Maraboto quickly found himself in a profound role reversal situation – and with stage 2 testicular cancer. “I had first noticed a mass/lump in 2016 and went to go see a urologist. But I put …

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Treating a Patient with Patience

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In the fall of 2013, Travis Campbell, a father of four, was coaching his son’s soccer team in their end-of-year tournament when he was asked to help load a heavy box into a pickup truck. Travis agreed to help, but as he was lifting the box he felt a slight twinge in his back followed by more severe pain the …