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Thanking the NHS and supporting the Beat The Scrum Campaign...

This year celebrates 70 years since the NHS began, and I don’t know if you have saw – but this week ITV are celebrating the amazing work of the NHS with a number of tv specials. 611 more words

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My Ugly Mass

My backstory continues.  This is the story of my first lymphoma mass and how it was treated.  As I write this story, however, my house phone and my cell phone sit next to me on my desk.  852 more words

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Bertrand Coiffier, PhD

Title: Researcher, Professor of Hematology
Company: University of Lyon
Location: Marcy-l’Étoile, France

Bertrand Coiffier, Researcher and Professor of Hematology at the University of Lyon, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in health care education.

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The Other Shoe...

One Sunday during the fall I notice a small, tender blister at the base of my point finger.  It like a blood blister, looks like it will heal on its own.  616 more words

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The end of the (Hickman) line

So I really didn’t plan on leaving it this long before posting again, but that’s just how life goes! So when I last left you it was three weeks ago and I had just got my wig. 1,273 more words

In the beginning...

Well, not to the beginning, which I date to December 2001, the month in which I entered the world of cancer with a diagnosis of a rare, aggressive type of leukemia.  570 more words

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On This Day...

“You have memories to look back on…”

Facebook can be credited with many things, including the daily — often awkward — reminders of shit that you posted last year…the year before…eight years ago when you were a completely different person. 1,530 more words

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