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Barry Hoekstra - September 2014
In a column for the Shreveport Times Barry Hoekstra, a pastor at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Shreveport, writes about his cancer experience while undergoing treatment. Hoekstra opens the piece by saying that he has cancer, and that this is the first time that he has said it out loud. He is glad to have this column as a creative outlet, and wrote this post from his hospital bed, saying "I am writing this on my mini iPad from a hospital bed. It is way too late in the evening, or way too early in the morning, depending on your perspective. However, a deadline looms ahead."
Many people choose to either keep working or keep actively doing things, such as blogging, that they did before their diagnosis in order to maintain a sense of normalcy throughout the cancer experience.
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Original source: www.shreveporttimes.com