I walked beside my husband, Gary, with late stage prostate cancer for several years longer than the professionals originally projected. Ten burbling, courage-fi…
Beth Caldwell died this week. She leaves a legacy that every cancer patient should care about.
Beth was about taking charge. She had to be. With an aggressive stage 4 breast cancer she needed to agitate for herself. The public visibility of her journey is simultaneously frustrating and inspiring. Frustrating in that valuable, precious time and energy is lost in battling bureaucracy rather than engaging life. Inspiring in that we can all learn from her.
I met Beth through social media and #AllThingsCancer. I’ll let Beth speak for herself:
Rest in peace, Beth. You’ll be missed by many.
This article originally appeared in Artsy Editorial on January 18, 2018. In a Baltimore basement, behind foot-thick walls, there is a room, and in that room the…
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