Category Archives: chemotherapy

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 I 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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Joel’s Battle

Alin Perez has been sharing with us in private, and publicly on her Facebook page, the difficult battle her son Joel has been going through. It is heartbreaking to watch every time when chemo fails to stop the advancement of Burkitt’s Lymphoma. Just heart breaking. Continue reading

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