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I Don't Like This Part

Writing this blog has blessed me in ways I could never have imagined when I began. The connections made with other writers around the world, for example. 406 more words

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Dunlap: Neil Alexander Inspired In Life and Death

What do you say?

What can you say?

Do you give a call to a stranger to tell him he’s a hell of man who you have been admiring from afar? 736 more words

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Brave

The following is longer than I like to post here. But I hope those of you who have been with me on this journey will take a few minutes to read this. 1,490 more words

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And the Saga Continues

Hello. Yeah, I’m still blogging. I’m kind of stubborn that way. There’s no shutting me up, I’m afraid.

Since my previous post, in which I described the difficulty I’ve been having when typing with Tobii lately, I realized the problem may be due to a combination of factors. 699 more words

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Losses and a Win

Change is part of life. Change can be unsettling, though.

I seem to be moving through more progression thanks to ALS. Those around me know how stubborn I have been about not giving up on trying to talk. 322 more words

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Another Early Summer

Well, summer seems to have arrived once again. I am beginning to think southern California seasons should be renamed to more accurately reflect reality.

I propose the following: 294 more words

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The impact of Rare Diseases in Spain

By Anna Reyes, MSc, Consultant at Insights in Life Sciences (ilS).

A Rare Disease is a disease which affects a limited number of the total population, defined in Europe as less than… 1,442 more words