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BY Marcy Kurtz

For weeks before my fourth tumor removal surgery (my third in as many years), I carefully prepared for this major event. I made sure my work at my law office was adequately covered, that my seven weekly yoga classes were going to be taught by just the right teachers, that people were lined up to help with the upcoming charity event I am co-chairing in May to raise funds for uterine cancer research and that I’d have all of the help I would...

Cancerwise blog photo: Marcy Kurtz (center) with friends Nancy Sheridan Perry and Bethany Lyons | Photo credit: userofreality.com

BY Marcy Kurtz

After major surgery and many rounds of chemotherapy, I finished my treatment for recurrent uterine cancer in September 2014. I'd started losing...

BY Marcy Kurtz

I completed my uterine cancer treatment at MD Anderson in spring 2011. Since that time I have received consistent and attentive follow-up...

BY Marcy Kurtz

Perhaps you've heard the expression "too much time to do nothing, not enough time to do anything." It is one of my favorites. 

I am not fond of being idle. On the other hand, I do not like being rushed when I have a task to accomplish. Not having enough time to do anything and having too much time to do nothing leaves me in a state of complete frustration because I am in limbo. When I am in limbo, I feel out of control...

Marcy Kurtz

BY Marcy Kurtz

You know that sensation between when you step off of firm ground that's high up  and when you land again? The space in time where you...