BY Kirsten Arendes

The past few months have been a little hard for me. For one thing, there’s the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. For another, I was diagnosed with clear cell endometrial carcinoma — a rare type of uterine cancer — in late July.

I don’t think I fully grasped what that combination would mean until I was about to start chemotherapy at MD Anderson The Woodlands.

My first infusion there was scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 2. My younger...

Uterine cancer survivor Kirsten Arendes wearing a mask