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PINKtober (10/4/2017)

PINKtober October is quickly upon us, and soon everything will be decorated in the color pink. You will see towns across America transform into a frenzy of pink flags, pink storefronts and many people sporting their favorite sports attire in pink. Before you dress your youth soccer player head to toe in pink or before

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Dear Norma (9/27/17)

Open Letter to Norma Logan (1958-2006), co-founder of the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation Dear Norma, You are a SUPER HERO. I continue to learn new things about you everyday; you lived life passionately, worked diligently in the pharmaceutical industry, you were an artist, friend, loving wife, and leader before your time. Sadly you were

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Happy Birthday (9/20/17)

Happy Birthday! As my 34th birthday approaches this Friday, September 22, I stop and think about how “birthdays” have changed for me. In literal terms, I have survived another revolution around the sun. It doesn’t matter how I measure a year in my life, as long as I have lived life to its fullest ability.

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Carpe Diem (9/13/17)

Carpe Diem! ***This post is a bit longer than most, however I wanted to convey the importance of what happened this weekend. So far the 2017 triathlon season has left me waiting until the week before a race to decide if my body is really up for the challenge. I would either register days before

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TRI-ing (9/6/17)

TRI-ing Looking back on the last visit with Dr. Silber, my oncologist at Yale New Haven Smilow Cancer Hospital, about a month ago, it was discussed between her and I that we both felt that the tumor on my chest had grown. This has been weighing on my mind heavily throughout the month. On Wednesday

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