Isolation isn't a new experience for me or my wife Liz. Like other childhood cancer families, isolation is familiar and necessary.
Almost exactly 20 years ago, our family willingly went into isolation for one month.
A few months before our isolation, we were told that our daughter Alex was dying. Alex was fighting a childhood cancer called neuroblastoma. Her cancer spread as high as her neck and as low as the bones in her left foot. Doctors told us she had no hope to survive.
We didn’t... Read More