Posts Tagged ‘esophageal cancer’

“My Voice” by Aalia Bleibel

"My Voice" by Aalia Bleibel

My grandmother was this amazing woman that worked, cooked dinner for my grandfather daily, and maintained an immaculately clean home. There were no acceptable excuses for not performing these duties as a wife and a mother.  I did not see her raise her children of course, but I have family photos of my mother and [...]


“My Voice” by Keith Kohn

"My Voice" by Keith Kohn

I started this bumpy ride a bit more than two years ago when I was 47 years old, and it has helped shape who I am today at 49.
In a good way.
No, being diagnosed with cancer of the esophagus – one of the fastest-growing forms of the disease – was not a good thing. Especially [...]