Your Voice Matters
Our community is free from judgment and focuses on your humanity and the value you bring.
When planning any type of medical treatment, interactions between the patient and their clinical care team tend to fall into one of the following types: paternalistic, informative, or shared decision-making.
GRYT is choosing to see only the blessings in the midst of chaos.
GRYT is being a 34 year old oncologist who was diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancer.
I’ve alluded to this in past writings, but I fought with clinical depression during high school. However, I’ve never written a full account of this trying time, and in the wake of the unfortunate events with Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade, and countless others throughout the past decade, I’m ready to take that leap in hopes of letting someone else know to ask for help.
There aren’t many things that can help you feel better while you’re going through chemotherapy, but these can maybe make the journey a bit more comfortable.
We are proud to continue GVCC this year, November 13-14, 2020, and offer two days of programming that will include information, resources and advancements in the quest for cures. Sessions will focus on empowering you to find and use your voice and the difference you can make, as well as solutions you can employ to improve your quality of life today!