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Kim Johnson

Kim is a nursing student who is hoping to find her place amongst the phenomenal oncology nurses and doctors who cared for her sister. She loves reading, volunteering and enjoying the outdoors of Colorado.
Kim Johnson
One caregiver grapples with the consequences of her sister's terminal cancer diagnosis. 
Kim Johnson
A cancer caregiver reflects on a time when all seemed lost. 
Kim Johnson
Remission may put an end to the disease, but it does not always stop the feeling of being lost.
Kim Johnson
A young cancer survivor shares insight on what it was like being diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, and how she deals in day-to-day life.
Kim Johnson
My sister was told about hair loss many times at the beginning of treatment, but the magnitude of being bald didn't hit her until the hair started coming out.
Kim Johnson
Of every complication caused from cancer and its treatments, nausea has been the worst for my sister. It has caused pain, discomfort and was the number one reason she returned to the emergency room. No matter what medications were dosed, whether it was orally or by IV, or how much they gave to her, so often, nothing ever seemed to work.
Kim Johnson
From diagnosis to remission, my sister had cancer for nearly three years. Because of that, the cancer dates that mark my calendar are plentiful. I can recall most of them from memory without a second glance. While I was recently going through my old planners, I noticed just how many dates are filled with notations of cancer.
Kim Johnson
Treatment decisions are not always easy, but this is one I don't regret making.
Kim Johnson
Cancer treatment isn't what it used to be, and it is important that patients and their loved ones understand that.
Kim Johnson
Everybody copes differently with cancer, even within a family unit.

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