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My Heaving Bosom (and Brady Update)

In the olden days of BC (Before Cancer), I would sometimes see ladies with shirts that seemed a little too small for them. Their shirts would stretch across their boobs and almost make the poor button pop in exasperation trying to hold everything together. 472 more words

Missy Sleeps - Heartbroken poem

She stands by the table edge knowing she will be parting a friendship of love

She stands steady and understands the reason this moment must come to an end… 582 more words

Pets "N" Wildlife

How to say Goodbye to Brady....

I loooooove animals. I can just ooh and aah my way through facebook for hours on end looking at all the animals in the world but, there is one animal that has captured my heart from the moment I met him and has continued to do so for his whole life. 720 more words

New hope for dogs that suffer from previously untreatable cancers

As dogs live longer, more of them suffer from cancer. Some of the cancers are untreatable with conventional therapies. One such cancer is oral malignant melanoma (OMM) and undifferentiated sarcoma which is a soft tissue cancer. 79 more words

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I'm a healthy little guy!

Martha took me  to a vet yesterday who said I was “a healthy little guy who had a few lumps removed.” Then he said  I should eat more meals during the day. 359 more words

5 types of skin cancer in dogs

The skin is the largest organ of a dog, and tumors affecting this structure are common. Between 60 to 80 percent of skin tumors in dogs are benign, meaning if you notice a lump on your dog’s skin, there’s a good chance it won’t be anything to worry about. 946 more words

General Oncology Topics

Final Thoughts

I’ve been writing this entry for some time now.  We’re never sure how much time we have on earth and with our loved ones, and I wanted to be sure to get these thoughts written out. 1,229 more words

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