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Celica Blue and Lymphoma: A Bump in the Road

After a pretty good honeymoon period, we’ve hit a bump in the road.

Celica Blue was due for her sixth chemo treatment in this round, Doxorubicin, this week. 578 more words


A couple of informative CAR-T PDF's...

A good overview, in layman’s terms, of CAR-T:

CAR-T Cell Immunotherapy Fact Sheet http://www.cancersupportcommunity.org/sites/default/files/fields/resource/file/2016-11/car_t_cell_immunotherapy_fact_sheet.pdf

Slightly dated (June 2016) view of the CAR-T landscape. Covers the major players and the many clinical trials currently running: 15 more words


My husband is the reason we now have a baby

I know that sounds like an obvious statement for most women who get pregnant!  But when you combine it with a cancer diagnosis and have to decide whether to stay pregnant, it’s very different. 698 more words

Can I Be Pregnant And Have Cancer?

Day 40

Writing a blog about cancer can be quite redundant, I know this may seem odd, but when your (meaning me) weeks are marked by chemo week, non-chemo week it can become.. 530 more words

War Horse

I remember 27th October very well.

It was the day we had booked in to see War Horse in Royal Albert Hall (above) – a live performance with an orchestra, a choice and an artist drawing pictures during the concert. 379 more words

Top News from ASH 2016

New Data Shed Light on Potential Advantages of Pacritinib for Patients with Myelofibrosis

Dec 06, 2016

Pacritinib significantly reduces spleen size among people with myelofibrosis who have very low levels of platelets, compared with standard therapy. 494 more words


Until It Is Denied

People don’t know what they have until it is denied. My thoughts on this come out of two seasons of life where I was denied much due to cancer and chemotherapy. 800 more words