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Kathi Kolb has worked for 20 years as a physical therapist, primarily in home health care, with a specialty in oncology rehab. Diagnosed with ductal carcinoma in situ in 2008, she encountered first-hand the confusion and all-too-frequent disillusionment of being a cancer patient. A former freelance journalist, she decided to apply her combined patient/clinician perspective to this experience on her blog, The Accidental Amazon. You can also follow her on Twitter at @KathiKolb.

Five Years Later: Zigzagging Toward Acceptance

Kathi Kolb | October 8, 2013
"Your biopsy is positive." None of us ever forgets when we first heard some version of that phrase. I heard it five years ago today...