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Chemo Sensitivity Testing for Individual Cancer Treatment

What we call evidence-based medicine is really a catchword for pharmaceutical-based medicine.”
I taped this short clip describing chemo-sensitivity testing 5 years ago. Dr. Linchitz’s colleague Dr. 754 more words

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And in the blink of a happy eye, September is coming to an end…

My expectations have been beat. We’ve had our up and downs but I’m heading into October feeling less resentful and anxious of the past 30 days than I have in a long time. 212 more words

One Year Later - Cancerversary Post

September 11th was my one-year cancerversary. (pause for applause)

I don’t really know how I feel. And I don’t even know what I’ve covered before and I don’t feel like going back and looking so I’m just going to start fresh here. 900 more words


It’s almost a year since my Cancer surgery, ways to go for First year of Chemo to have passed. Neuropathy has disapated quite some but the discomfort lingering…. 12 more words

Chemo & Me

Good News - Mathilda Lost a Shoe

As many of you know I had a PET scan yesterday morning. I am very pleased with doc’s email message this morning, and I am cautiously (just because) optimistic about end results when I complete my last two chemo treatments in October.

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Cancer Morning Miracle

Cancer Morning Miracle

So considering only two days ago I couldn’t move my legs at all, I could not stand up on my own, I could NOT walk to the bathroom on my own, what else could I NOT do…..I can’t even remember now ……well there was a LOT.. 259 more words



Meet Sid, affectionately named after the lovable sloth in the Ice Age films. Sid sits just right of centre on my chest, the only outward sign of the port inserted into my chest for chemo. 413 more words