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Rick Boulay, M.D.

Rick Boulay, M.D., is a board-certified gynecologic oncologist. When cancer faced his family and his medical training left him ill-prepared to manage the day-to-day needs of cancer treatment and survivorship, he found wisdom, support and love in the patients he treated. As a result, Dr. Boulay, who is also a singer, now writes and performs on topics at the intersection of cancer and society.
Rick Boulay, M.D.
What if there were some way to identify gene mutations causing the cell to behave as a cancer and then, with a medication, undo the effects of the errant gene? This is the basis of personalized medicine.
Rick Boulay, M.D.
“One day you’re fine. You’re working and doing your thing, you know? Then you get sick and someone tells you its cancer. It’s shocking! Your whole world turns upside down. Surgery and chemo. Doctors and nurses. I just wanna go back to the way it was before. I just want my old life back.”
Rick Boulay, M.D.
A blog series of words and terms common to the cancer journey by Rick Boulay M.D.  
Rick Boulay, M.D.
The notion then, that disease outcome (whether you live or die) determines if you are a survivor is therefore erroneous.
Cancer is filled with a ton of crazy terms that doctors like me often have to translate.

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