By Nancy Eshelman
Hearing a cancer diagnosis is like throwing a rock in a pond. The ripples spread, touching everyone and everything in life.
For a caregiver, it can feel like a tsunami.
Jay and Johanna Fessenden have been living with Jay’s cancer diagnosis for eight years. Jay, who is 39, has undergone several surgeries. As a result, he’s become disabled and suffers seizures that must be treated immediately with medication.
For Johanna, 37, that means sticking close to home.