A new year is always a sign of something new, a new beginning or maybe the right time to put an end to something. In my case, I definitely feel a strong need for a change. I am tired of being a cancer patient, however knowing that I will need to be in remission for a minimum of five years, to be considered cured from cancer, I will for sure have a few more years as a patient. Hopefully, I will see a change and an improvement in my health situation in 2020. Lately, my digestive problems have been a bit more under control and the optimistic Lena has decided that the low point now has been passed. I am not going to stick my head out and talk about a trend break, but it feels better and that is the main thing.
The work with my Foundation is progressing in very positive way and I am thankful to all the people who is supporting with donations, purchase of t-shirts or simply with their time. In 2020, I have decided to devote my energy to the Foundation and its development and marketing. Therefore, I will be taking a break from my blogging. I might start again, it will depend on what happens and how I want to continue sharing my experiences. This means if you want to continue getting regular updates, you can follow cancersurvivalwhatsnext on Instagram or Facebook, where I am posting short updates about small and big things, happening with me and my Foundation.
Thanks to my daughters, my Foundation´s website has a new, fresh look, check it out! www.lenawfoundation.com
I want to warmly thank you all for reading, commenting and supporting me through my roller-coaster cancer journey. My journey continues, hopefully at a more normal pace 😀. As a thank you for now, I can finally share the podcast recorded with me on World Ovarian Cancer Day, May 8th 2019. This podcast summarizes my cancer experience in a great way. Remember behind every patient is a person. A person with her own, fascinating story.
Link to podcast
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Hi, my name is Lena and I am a cancer survivor. I hope you enjoy reading my blog posts. If you want to subscribe, click on Contact.