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New Orleans girl who died of cancer influenced others

Charles Miller
Oxford Stories                                                                                                  ccmille1@go.olemiss.edu

Six years ago, New Orleans native Shelby Ryan Leonhard believed she was living a normal day, until she got news that would change the course of her life. 1,265 more words

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A Team of Physicians

Living my life with lymphoma.

Since my last post, I’ve met with a radiation oncologist and a stem cell transplant (SCT) physician.  I learned that I’m not a candidate for radiation because of where the area of disease is located and the size of it.  275 more words

What Else: About Life

Childhood Cancer is different

Over the past two years I have tried to gain as much insight, knowledge and understanding into cancer as possible. I have written on my own personal journey as well as additional topics which may come in handy now or sometime in the future for one to do more research on it. 3,412 more words

He caught the Cancer...

It’s crazy to think that it’s been two months since I have published a post. I have written many private posts or drafts, but none have met my mental criteria to be put out there for the world to see. 698 more words

Health

Wigs Are Burning

Life with Mom and Living with Lymphoma

Brian threatened to set my wig on fire the other night.  I was being a back seat driver and he wanted my decision to stop giving my unsolicited directions to be meaningful and effective.  869 more words

What Else: About Life

Hello and Welcome!

Welcome to my blog. I have been meaning to do this for the longest time or at least when I learned that I have Aggressive Non-Hodgkin’s B-cell lymphoma about 4 months ago. 259 more words

#NaBloPoMo 18 - Afterwards

After they left, the house went very quiet. No one really knew about the quietness but me. I played a Nick Drake CD and lost an afternoon crying. 158 more words

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