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These pages, and new resources from our readers, are dedicated to all who find themselves on a journey they didn't expect to be taking. It is a journey of hope and love, courage; regardless of outcome.
By profession, I work with hospitals, physicians, education, and health systems developing online solutions. This year, once again, I will be judging the eHealth Leadership Awards. But 2013 was different: my son died. He battled cancer for six and half years; this is the journey.
These pages may help those of you who find yourselves in similar situations, maybe not cancer-related (In 2016, an estimated 1,685,210 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United States). You may have a life-threatening or chronic disease. As caregivers, friends, neighbors, family, and lastly patients seeking real information and connections, even the online world can seem lonely. We pray this helps.
Thanks to all who have encouraged the development of these pages and provided their assistance. And a special thanks to my son, whose courage inspired so many over the years. Dusty
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