(RNS) — Accompanying children with cancer on their journey, an oncologist says, has taught him that we need show up for those who are grieving.
(RNS) — The Argentine-born preacher, who moved to Oregon in his 20s, said he noticed symptoms in November but thought they might indicate pneumonia until doctors ran tests.
"Trauma cancer" isn't a real medical diagnosis, but it is certainly an emotional one. It's a reminder of how quickly our lives can change. And the changes are irrevocable as the stuff of nightmares becomes our new, unwelcome waking truth.