Miracles and a New Life

Miracles and a New Life

My journey stared in early November 2021 when I noticed some symptoms…I felt tired, had some unexpected weight loss, and my skin was itchy and slightly yellow.  My first miracle was early detection, which doesn’t often happen with pancreatic cancer but, the tumor grew...
A Hope for More

A Hope for More

Friends tell their story: When Jason came to Pacific Stair over a decade ago from, dare I say it, Ohio, we really didn’t see a path forward with him fitting in.  Little did we know just how well Jason would fit in, he became family very quickly.  It did not take...
A guide for 60+

A guide for 60+

According to the CDC, adults 60+ account for more than 66% of all new cancer diagnoses. Senior cancer patients face more challenges and complications when undergoing treatment. To better address the unique needs, goals, and health concerns of older adults with cancer,...
Live YOUR Minutes

Live YOUR Minutes

In February of 2016 I would stand on the beach of Kauai,  with my son Jonathan, and watch a magnificent storm roll in. The grey clouds appeared over the ocean out of nowhere, chased us down on the beach and poured on us as we ran through the chickens and sand to get...
Honoring Veterans – Legacy

Honoring Veterans – Legacy

Remembering with Pride Dad was proud to serve in the Navy back in the early 1950s. I recall the stories. He had been on an aircraft carrier as a mechanic for four years. He also slept on the top bunk bed and drew himself up to his bunk by the pipes that were incased...
Cancer Care for Older Adults

Cancer Care for Older Adults

As we grow older, the need grows for us to focus on health care. This is especially true for cancer care, as the chances of developing cancer increase in our senior years. As of 2022, there are nearly two million new cases of cancer diagnosed each year in the United...