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Jamie Holloway, PhD

As a PhD student in tumor biology, Jamie Holloway survived long hours researching breast cancer in the labs of Georgetown University. Ten years later, after being diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer, she survived that too. Now with no evidence of disease, she shares a patient's perspective with scientists and clinicians as a breast cancer research advocate. A wife, mother, runner, and lipstick addict, she shares her story from the perspective of both a patient and a scientist.
Jamie Holloway, PhD
There's a heartbreaking reality of making a profession out of cancer, but I chose it anyway.
Jamie Holloway, PhD
What do you say to a friend when you know these will be the last words you say to her? Does Hallmark even make a card for that?
Jamie Holloway, PhD
I realized that my concept of normal has changed, but it isn't all bad.
Jamie Holloway, PhD
Bedtime worries are always tough, but when the fear of cancer recurrence is always lingering in the background, they seem so much worse.
Jamie Holloway, PhD
Fellow cancer survivor Melisa Etheridge's song "I Run for Life" has gained a permanent spot on my running playlist because it reminds me why I run.
Jamie Holloway, PhD
Doing a little reflection about where I've been and how far I've come is just as important as making resolutions.
A little insight into what kids see when you don't know they're looking, and how I came in second place to Thomas Edison.
An academically trained skeptic, this single project has turned me into a raving optimist.
I may be ready to sign up for a big race to celebrate three years cancer-free, but it turns out that the fear of recurrence may never be far from my mind.
Thoughts on losing my last shred of dignity during breast cancer treatment and the Mardi Gras beads I earned along the way.

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