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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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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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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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Surgical Consult

I met Wednesday with a surgeon who specializes in oncologic procedures. He studied the images takes of my neck and touched around on the nodule really good. He is concerned about the lymph gland being physically adhered to the artery … Continue reading

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