That’s my actual chart at my oncologist’s office. It’s my medical biography of the past six years.
My chemo is still doing a number on my blood counts, so going in to work isn’t an option right now. But thanks to modern science, the radio station can come to me.
It’s been a running theme for several years on our morning show that I tend to have a female sensibility. And now I can add women’s intuition to that list when it comes to my battle with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
We are excited to say that our very own Scott McKenzie was ranked among the top celebrities in Central Florida.
With all the terrible news in the world right now, this will restore your faith in positivity, and in whose hands (and voices) we’re leaving the world to.
I’ll fill you in soon on the timing and steps of my transplant, but I wanted to let you know about this great news right away.
There’s a reason cancer isn’t called plan-cer.
That’s it. The honeymoon is over. Since June 25th, when I was able to shake the effects of my final round of chemo I’ve been in a holding pattern in my treatment for my third bout with non-Hodgkins lymphoma.
The treatments are working well against my cancer, but right now I’m really enjoying just keeping an “eye" on it.
Check out photos from the Blood Drive at the MIX 105.1 Studios with oneblood!