A page on which she can retell the story of the day she got the news.
Events -- 5K walks (and, yes, I know how physically demanding that is, but some are able to manage it); fund raisers;
A page about her reasons to get up and fight everyday -- family, preferred activities, etc.
A page, just in case, about having to stand around in election lines.... unless she scored an absentee ballot.
A page about chemo-brain.
The tips and tricks she's learned about managing her symptoms.
The worst day ever.
The best day ever.
multiple pages dedicated to her support system -- the people there for her everyday.
changes in body
changes in contents and size of her purse -- I swear I now carry a pharmacy in mine.
a room she's sick of being in during recovery and/or treatment; and how she'd redecorate it, if she could.
OH! Just random, but your fighting friend may also appreicate her own art journal or a timely mini into which she can record the 20-something things/people/ideas she's thankful for. It's nice to bring along to treatments, when side effects hit hard.