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I love you

Friday 26th August

I love you like I love you.

Loved you yesterday, love you still

Always have, always will.

I love you today, tomorrow, forever. 47 more words


Stem cell stories that caught our eye: Salamander limb regrowth, mass producing cells for kidneys and halting cancer stem cells

Here are some stem cell stories that caught our eye this past week. Some are groundbreaking science, others are of personal interest to us, and still others are just fun. 747 more words


Melancholy that follows~~

(insert picture that makes you feel allw arm and gooey inside)

I’m feeling all nostalgic and shit. It usually happens when I read or watch something and it gives me feels that I don’t like having. 379 more words


All I Could Do Was to Sit, Sit, Sit, Sit

When I received the results it was just a few weeks before I discovered I was pregnant with my third child, Grace. The genetic tests showed I had a mutation now known as Lynch Syndrome (or hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer (HNPCC)). 534 more words


The Chiropractic care Treatment Guidelines You Should Know

Everyday, people from all walks of life try to cope with issues in their back. But, these issues can become so bad that simple daily activities become too much to handle. 1,125 more words


Pathology Results

So I was totally wrong when I said I would have to wait until September 2nd for my pathology reports. About 2 hours after I posted my last update I got a call from my doctor. 435 more words


A pretty rush down my spine: The ongoing story of my stroke/cancer

My sciatica/arthritis currently feels like this:

It is however a bank holiday weekend, so I’m chilling out, relaxing and indulging in painkillers, though I’ve no intention of… 10 more words