The Crab Diaries

In 2012, I realized that my thirty plus years of practice as a radiation oncologist had provided me with an abundance of stories–happy, sad, compelling and inspiring–and that these stories needed to be told.  Along the way, stories from my “other life” as a mother of three, a daughter, an animal lover, and an occasional  world traveler crept in.  I hope you enjoy my stories as much as I enjoy telling them.

Miranda Fielding, MD

 

6 thoughts on “The Crab Diaries

  1. Loved reading the stories – it’s truly amazing how many people you have been able to have a profound and positive influence on. I’m so glad you are sharing these memories. It also allowed me to demonstrate to my son where his literary voice comes from! Thanks miranda!

  2. This is a private message, but I was not able to find another way to contact you. I read your “How do you know if cancer treatment is working?” article and would like to post that on my Cancer Counsel blog. Please see: http://cancercounsel.com.au/

    I just loved the sincerity and clarity of your writing. I think it would really benefit my readers too.

    Would you mind if we did a guest post swap? My viewpoint as a radiation patient may be of use to some of your readers.

  3. Dr. Fielding,
    I’d like to contact you about permission to reprint an article for oncology fellows. You should have my email. I was not sure how else to contact you.

    If you could please email me, I’d be glad to explain.

    Thank you.

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