Regular readers know that last year Jessie Gruman of the Center for
Advancing Health was treated for her fourth cancer. (Knock it off,
willya??) (Diagnosis post here
https://participatorymedicine.org/epatients/archives/2010/09/another-devastating-diagnosis-jopm-editor-jessie-gruman-undergoes-surgery-for-a-fourth-cancer.html,
excellent post-treatment speech about her new Patient Engagement
framework here https://participatorymedicine.org/epatients/archives/2011/06/jessie-gruman-at-icsi.html.)

On her blog Prepared Patient Forum she’s just written a post that many
of us will easily relate to: “Lessons from the Year of Living
Sick-ish-ly” http://bit.ly/wV72Qq. It’s a long road back, sometimes,
whether we like it or not, and

She’s on Twitter as @JessieGruman. (She was founding
co-editor-in-chief of our journal, too.)

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