Steve B. on December 4, 2017
Hi, I was diagnosed 5 years ago and with this type of cancer was given about a 10% chance of surviving this long. I am currently cancer free and while I will have to be monitored for the rest of my life my oncologist thinks I am out of the woods. I have outlived current available statistics anyway.
After my diagnosis, I went through treatment which cost me an eye and some after effects such as hearing loss and tinnitus so I avoid loud, crowded places. During the time after diagnosis I started a business which I still run but it's small and I only work part time. Prior to my diagnosis, I was in sales, most recently in software sales. Also I experienced a TIA or transient ischemic attack earlier this year and while I don't have any permanent physical damage from this I do experience occasional fatigue and disorientation.
As I wrote in the subject line, I think I'm ready to do something more but I just don't know what or how to start. Any help is greatly appreciated.