Back to reality

Just back from a week away in sunny H____ – 5 days of rain, a heavy cold and no WiFi. First time properly chilled out in about a year. We’d appt Tuesday first thing to agree treatment, dosage etc. HR at work are up to speed already, but have a decision to make re informing my manager of BP2 diagnosis. One to ponder…

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  1. Hello,

    ​My name is Teresa Sabga. I am a junior at Syracuse University studying magazine journalism.

    This December, I found a mass the size of a cantaloupe in my lung. Knowing that my situation was uncommon, I began writing about my journey on the Internet. I didn’t want pity. I simply wanted support. I used social media to express my feelings without having to burden my family and friends.

    Using the Internet has long been a controversy in the medical community, but using it for support seems to be a trend amongst ill individuals in Gen-Y.

    I’d like to write a feature for my magazine writing class that explores the benefits of using the Internet to cope with illnesses, using examples of multiple case studies, and gathering different viewpoints from medical professors, professionals and doctors who are both in favor and against this trend. ​

    I’d love to interview you sometime next week, if possible. It should only take 30 minutes and I strongly believe that hearing your opinion would only benefit my story.

    Thank you for your time and patience. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Please send any replies to tmsabga@gmail.com.

    All the best,
    Teresa Sabga​​

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