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Living with CLL: 7-24-16

So as you may have seen from my last post, I haven’t gotten the call yet from my oncologist with the results from the lab tests. 942 more words

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

Living with CLL: 7-22-16

My initial visit to the oncologist was last Tuesday. That’s when she said in her opinion I had about a 90% chance that I have CLL. 115 more words

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

Climb Every Mountain

Battling a headwind up Market Street, I arrived back home in San Francisco on Sunday, July 3. It had taken me 2 months and 2 days to cycle across the United States. 272 more words

Cycle Touring

Queen of the Desert

Unleashing my inner Daenerys, I’ve been crossing the vast, open, uninhabited expanses of Utah and Nevada. In the desert, settlements can be 70 miles or more apart, which means carrying all my water and food with me. 104 more words

Cycle Touring

My Journey

It’s June 2016 now, and all is well. I hope all is well with those who are kind enough to read my blog.

My last check up was in March 2016, and do not have to go back until December 2016. 560 more words


Mathematical Analysis of Drug Resistance in CLL

According to a recent study published in Nature Communications by Weill Cornell Medicine investigator Dr. Dan Avi Landau the rate at which genetically mutated cancer cells grow could be a key to explaining why some CLL patients develop resistance to treatment. 198 more words

Research Publications

In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, On the Trail of the Lonesome Pine

The flatlands of Virginia gave way to lush rolling countryside, with lots of upsies and downsies, as Bilbo Baggins might have said. I couldn’t decide whether I’d stepped into the Shire or a painting by John Constable, the 19th century English landscape painter. 218 more words

Cycle Touring