Posts by Lynda Wolters

Survivor, stage 4 Mantle Cell Lymphoma (MCL)

Lynda was diagnosed with stage 4 Mantle Cell Lymphoma (MCL) in August 2016. She was told the average life expectancy was 5 years with a 20 month average “remission” time if remission could be reached.

After commuting 3,600 miles round trip from Boise, Idaho to MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas for eight months, followed by four months of R Hyper-CVAD chemotherapy (which was in-patient), Lynda’s cancer is currently “dormant” (She chooses to use the word dormant as “remission” often gets confused with “cure”).

She continues her daytime job in a law firm while writing on her lunch hour, after work and on the weekends.

Navigating the Workplace with Chemo Brain

by Lynda Wolters February 23, 2020

Is chemo brain real? Heck yeah. But what does it feel like. Imagine being in a murky lake, under water, wearing ankle weights, pressure in your ears and head. You fight, kick, pray for help. But it doesn’t come.

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