Time for another round of chemo tips! These are new tips that I gathered recently since my last story 6 Tips For Cancer Patients and Chemotherapy beginners, go check it out as this is a sequel to that story.
It was 8 or 9pm on a some-kind-of-a-week-night in November, 2019, when I entered the 6 train subway station on 28th street going downtown. It was the night of a 12 hour day I spent at 120 Madison Ave, which was the location of the acting school I was attending. If you've never been to acting school, it's like being in the army, only no chairs and they sing Sondheim. My kind of place. It was a long day, and I just wanted to go home.
*Even though this piece has been through a fact checking process, this is an opinion column and not a news report. All resourced are linked at the end on the article.*
For an actor, taking on a role of a real life person is incredibly difficult. With far less of the creative liberty an actor can take with a fictional role, and the responsibility the actor has to the antagonist and their family members, it takes a very skilled actor to bring that character to life.
Cancer is a very scary word. It is the disease that most people fear the most, and know the less about. If there is something that we all do know about cancer is that getting rid of it is not easy at all. The treatment in most cases is worse then the disease, and the part that people dread the most about it.