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30 days to go and Flatbread's Fundraiser Oct. 11th!!!

30 days to go until I run the NYC Marathon with Team in Training!  Wow.  My training has been going ‘ok’, I have maintained much of the schedule and run two 20-mile runs so far.   244 more words


Cancer Doesn't Discriminate; Just Ask LSU's Mike VI.

Diseases rarely cooperate. They’re not racist; they don’t discriminate. They’re destructive by nature, but, occasionally, are defeated. Cancer is one of those diseases.

As many of you know, I was diagnosed a couple years ago with Leukemia, a form of blood cancer. 357 more words

Joe Fournet

Reminder: Light the Night is this Thursday

Hello all!

It’s Tuesday which means I’m sort of, kind of, coming out of the nausea fog that I reside in during my bad week. Not quite there yet, but getting there. 500 more words


Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

This was a recruitment post for the Team In Training program. This post explains what Team In Training is, what members can train for, and highlights a couple of the upcoming marathons, triathlons, and cycling events on the Team In Training calendar.


Kurosawa Ruby!

Ganbaruby! I made a set a aqours uniforms for my sister and I to cosplay Kurosawa Dia and Ruby! They’re sisters, but their hair colors are completely different…strange. 44 more words


Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center hosts the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society "Light The Night" Walk

The 2016 Fredericksburg Light The Night Walk will take place on Saturday, October 8th, 5:00 PM at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center.  Light The Night Walks are a powerful fundraising campaign of  The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), which bring together families, corporations and communities to honor blood cancer survivors, as well as those lost to the diseases, and shine a light on the importance of finding cures and providing access to treatments for blood cancer patients. 53 more words


Blood Cancer Awareness Month

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September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month.

Approximately every three minutes, one person in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer. 88 more words