Doctor Turned Patient
I have also touched on how, with my increased awareness and access, comes the added responsibility of sharing what I have learned and decoding it to make it more widely accessible and digestible.
I plan to discuss this topic over the next few months concerning how I have sailed these troubled waters, but let me start by saying that the more navigational tools I have (think knowledge and friends in high places), the more fellow CLLers in my boat or in sister boats in the convoy ahead and behind me in the race for a cure or at least a long and trouble free voyage, the more friends on the shore with their warning lights and their fog horns to cut through the mist of the unknown and the unseeable, the better are my chances to reach that promised land. And I plan to bring as many along with me as possible.
We are all in this together.
Next post will be live from ASCO.