I went and got a haircut this week. No that was not meant to be the single most boring start to a blog post in the history of cancer blogging – it was meant to make a point. 1,163 more words
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What a week I had last week! Taken overall it was a GREAT week. It was extremely hectic and not without some blemishes towards the end, but overall… it was a great week. 1,023 more words
Lymphoma is a blood-borne cancer of lymphocytes, which are a specific type of white blood cell. It is the most common cancer diagnosed in dogs. There are several forms of lymphoma in dogs, the most common being high-grade lymphoblastic B-cell lymphoma, which closely resembles non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in people. 959 more words
This week has continued to be amazing and surprising.
Monday was my first round of methotrexate shots since I was in remission in November. For anyone not familiar with the shots, I’ll give you the short version now- I intend to get farther into how truly awful it was before my angel Ann Bass came to my rescue. 377 more words
Both psychologically and practically it is interesting how a cancer patient’s attitude and approach to chemotherapy changes over the course of a “Cancer Career”. That is a phrase that just popped into my mind recently… “Cancer Career”. 1,547 more words