Category Archives: chemotherapy

an evening can change in a moments notice

    I was watching the evening news tonight. I was busy cooking in the kitchen and my attention changed suddenly from my cooking to the TV during the sports section of the newscast. My eyes went wet. The terrible … Continue reading

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Can You Help?

I have been treated generously in my time of need. Would you consider helping? Continue reading

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Until It Is Denied

People don’t know what they have until it is denied. My thoughts on this come out of two seasons of life where┬áI was denied much due to cancer and chemotherapy. I have fought and defeated Burkitt’s lymphoma in 2008 (read … Continue reading

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Five NEGU Years

What have you done for the last five years? Continue reading

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Trying Again

Big day for me today. I’m returning to work (again) for the second time. I initially went back on September 8th, after having been off from June 2014 for chemo and a stem cell transplant. My initial return to work lasted 5 weeks before illness set in. Continue reading

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“All Clear”

My health is growing stronger overall, but a few challenges remain as a post transplant patient. Continue reading

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The Common Cold

They determined quickly that I did NOT have pneumonia. You ready for that? After having two doctors diagnose me with pneumonia and operating under that premise for almost two weeks, it was a surprise. I suppose that is what happens when the secretions are actually tested. Continue reading

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