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Journey through Radiation

After a few months having to make major decision regarding healthcare choices, my journey has begun.  I am starting this blog to share my experiences and possibly help someone who might benefit from what to expect in a similar situation. 395 more words

Here Is Hard To See-A Discussion Of Foreign Policy And Some Possibilities For Trump: Eliot Cohen On 'The Big Stick'

by no3rdw

Eliot Cohen discusses his book ‘The Big Stick‘ alongside an interesting panel at Johns Hopkins School Of International Studies.

Here are some interesting points brought up throughout the hour-long discussion… 539 more words

Public Debate

Why HeLa Cells Are Vital to You

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks By Rebecca Skloot

Sometimes a book comes along that informs you of something you had no idea existed. Such is Rebecca Skloot’s revelatory story of HeLa cells and the African-American woman from whom they were extracted, Henrietta Lacks. 517 more words


Cell Ethics Tango

Hey look! I actually finished a book!

**Originally published 1/31, republished 2/5**

It managed to take me until this past weekend, but I actually finished 2 books this weekend, bringing my January total up to…five! 1,002 more words

Kandis, Pituitary Bio

Last Updated December 6, 2008

My diagnosis was Pituitary Cushing’s Disease. Had transphenoidal that did not work and ended up having a bilateral adrenalectomy.

Here is a link to my website that has my story and several pictures. 941 more words


Losing yourself....

When I was a young mother, it felt as though every minute of every day was somehow connected to the job at hand: providing for my children.   1,085 more words