It is amazing how when faced with a life threatening diagnosis that many things just don't matter any more. It is difficult to smile through the challenges and even harder to find laughter. This April Fool's Day, I want us to remember all those that are facing issues that leave little room for laughter. No matter what is said or done, there is always the elephant in the room. The 24-7 focus is getting through the treatment plan. I am on the other side of that focus because I can now celebrate 5 years since my diagnosis and that is no joke but I also know that I must be ever vigilant and to continue with my adjuvant therapy until October and to do my screenings and testing and diet and excercise and all those things that we all should be doing. So although I am scanning my brain for an April Fool's prank, my thoughts and prayers are for those who are dealing with more relevant issues to their daily survival. Everyday, new options are opening up and we are learning more. Studies abound on what is being researched, investigated and trialed to find the best plan out there. I will continue to look for new information and positive approaches and will be adding to this post as the data comes in. Look for the good in the day and make it great.