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Dodged a Bullet

“We need to talk, we found a possible tumor.” Nothing can prepare one for such news… Continue reading

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“Little” Work

I have a story I would like to share with you to give you an idea of what I do. Not only will I be sharing a bit about my profession, but also about my heart and something valuable I have learned out of this second cancer battle. I share the following with permission and encouragement from the parents. Continue reading

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Five NEGU Years

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

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Jalapeño pie

One of the many reasons I fought cancer twice now is for silly moments such as this: Jalapeño Pie.  Yes ladies and germs, homemade goodness cooked right in my oven is enough to get me excited.  I’ve been feeling well … 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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3 times in 3 weeks 

Tuesday about 6 PM, I received my childhood immunizations. The autologous stem cell transplant last November erased the memory of my white blood cells. This means that all of my immunity has been neutralized. Therefore, I have to start over … 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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