Month: April 2017

Todd and Linnea: A Love Story

Monday, April 24, 2017

It was late September when Todd Kemper decided it was finally time to clear out the medicine cabinet. A friend had promised to take the meds back to the pharmacy to be destroyed, so he began to fill a plastic bag with boxes and bottles of prescription medication. As he did the 40-year-old stared at … Read More

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One Lucky Lady

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Her dad’s story instilled a fear she, too, might be diagnosed with cancer. But how he handled it would offer Nancy Luyckfassel inspiration when that fateful day arrived. “He was first diagnosed with lymphoma when I was six-years-old,” the 46-year-old says of her late father, Ted. “He was a 34-year-old, a farmer with three young … Read More

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“Cancer changes your perspective on what’s important”

Monday, April 10, 2017

It’s OK if the kids spill soda pop on the car seats. Well, not ideal, but it’s certainly nothing to get all worked up about. Unfortunately, such silly little things often highjack the more important ones – a lesson Stacey Coomber learned by reading a book written by another cancer patient trying to make sense … Read More

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