BY Jami Mayberry

As part of my vulvar cancer treatment, I underwent five days of radiation therapy treatments for six weeks.

Going into it, I had no idea what to expect, and after about two weeks, I started to feel like a baked potato that had been left in the microwave too long.

Today, I'm cancer-free, so in the end it was worth it. But it was difficult at times. Here are some things I wish I would have known before starting radiation...

BY Jami Mayberry

Wouldn't it be great if there were a cure for cancer? I am praying for that to happen in our lifetimes.

The only thing better than...

BY Jami Mayberry

When I was first diagnosed with vulvar cancer, I wasn't sure what journey lie ahead of me. So many decisions to make.

When my doctor...

BY Jami Mayberry

I was diagnosed with vulvar cancer in May 2013. Vulvar cancer is so rare that there is no color to represent it. You know, pink is for breast, white for lung, purple for pancreatic, etc. The closest thing is cervical, which is teal and white. So I wore and handed out teal and white bracelets to friends and family. It was as close as I could get.

Don't get me wrong: there is a bond between all cancer patients. After all, we are...