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74. The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

This particular blog has been prompted by several people (including book reviewers) asking exactly what my attitude is to Big Pharma considering the rubbish press I give it – and that Oh! 2,169 more words

Neulasta Thoughts

Today is not a good day.

It started last night. A deep, throbbing, shooting pain in my lower back. The Neulasta has finally shown its ugly face. 357 more words

Doctor Riding Bike To Fight Leukemia, Lymphoma

DENVER (CBS4) – A Denver doctor is preparing for quite the bike ride to fight leukemia and lymphoma.

Dr. Frank Moore, a pathologist from Rose Medical Center, is planning a 200 mile bike ride through the Alps in Switzerland. 73 more words

News

One Year of Remissioning

It was one year ago today that I got the news I had been waiting six months to hear. My cancer was in remission. While I won’t be considered by the medical community to be “cured” until August 2020, hearing that there was “no evidence of disease” still meant to me that I had conquered the most grueling personal challenge I had ever faced. 772 more words

Cancer

Chemo # 3 - Midway thru treatment!!!

Monday was a smooth day and with a shorter infusion time…..4 1/2 hours from arrival to leaving. Included in this time was a 30-min visit with a representative of A SERO-EPIDEMIOLOGIC SURVEY: re some screenings that might be effective among newly diagnosed cancer patients. 613 more words

Health Report

Sunday Random Thoughts - Chemo #3 Tomorrow

I am not so new to this game of chemo now and I actually have not been anxious before my previous infusions. For some reason today, I am obsessed trying to get those things done that are pending on my “to do” list. 299 more words

Health Report

21.08

Chemo 7 is now a thing of the past (Thank God!).

I saw my consultant prior to this treatment as 7 marks the start of cycle 4. 223 more words