My Dad’s Cancer Fight

So, I’m pretty sure my dad is not going to be happy with me– as he’s not the type who wants anybody to feel sorry for him ever– but images do tell a powerful story and I think it’s important to share. … Continue reading

Pound 4 Pound Challenge

stomach cancer

I have to admit that ever since we got my dad’s painstaking diagnosis, “So, It’s stomach cancer”, I’ve been eating for two. At the beginning of this nightmare, the doctor said, “Shigeo, you need to gain some weight before we … Continue reading

To Chemo or Not to Chemo: Does the choice belong to HMO?

Health insurance is just not important until you need it. Right? When my father turned 65 years old, and was eligible for Medicare, he felt it was enough. It wasn’t until many years later, when I realized he’d be penalized … Continue reading