Cancer is an equal opportunity disease. I have survived three
different episodes over the past fourteen years. Strike 1 (1995):
One of my radiation oncologists gave me a 50 percent chance of
surviving tongue cancer three years disease free. Strike 2 (1997):
Neck cancer restarted my recovery clock. Strike 3 (2008): Diagnosed
with prostate cancer. Fortunately, Life Constricted isn't a
baseball metaphor. It's a commentary on a lifelong swimmer and
chronicles my family's struggle with cancer after my dentist
detected an abnormality during a routine visit. I owe him and my
personal physician my life. They're the core of my medical dream
team. We were forced to retreat from our hurried professional path,
typical of twoincome families in the Bay Area. We rearranged our
priorities and lived life constricted to pursue its greatest
opportunity-love that thrived on hugs, quality time, and laughter.
Celebrate our reversal of misfortune. Read Life Constricted.
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