Me and a porch post. More curls than I have ever had in my life. (But I’ll take it.) Photo by Jesse.
Recently in the New York Times Atul Gawande wrote about end-of-life care and helping people make the most of the time they have left. Makes sense to me. Let’s hope the four questions he describes can be a general Rx for doctors everywhere.
If this issue speaks to you at all, go to Breast Cancer Action, learn a bit more about current pink-ribbon madness, and add your name to their letter-writing campaign: all here.
Below are various quotes from the essay “Welcome to Cancerland” by Barbara Ehrenreich to get us ready for “National Breast Cancer Industry Month.” (Thanks for the link, Dorian!) This was written in 2001, but not much has changed. Before being guilted into buying pink things, or things with pink ribbons on them (like yogurt), consider […]