In the first month-and-a-half after my stem cell transplant, I was in
my own little world. I was Bubble Girl.
I was stuck in the hospital most of the time, with my visitors having to wear masks and gloves and cover gowns, but that's not exactly what I mean.
In the weeks leading up to my stem cell transplant, I kept asking my doctor if I'd be treated like a 'bubble girl' during my hospital stay. Little did...
I'm a 30-year-old non-Hodgkin's lymphoma fighter. It's not all I am,
but it's all I'm focused on at the moment. The purpose of my blog,
lymphomamaniac, is manifold.
I want to record this experience, not just for myself, but for anyone who can relate or learn from my experience. I want to let people know that cancer can be funny and cancer is not politically correct. Why should I care about cancer's feelings? Cancer sucks and...