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Ghost chemo

I am taking a break from writing brand new blog posts over the summer.

Instead of posting new work I am going to give readers the chance to read material from the archives of this blog. 245 more words

Life Lessons

When a Bubble Guppy goes from a mystery to a memory

Life is a perplexing thing.   There is no rhyme nor reason to the circumstances of our daily existence.  If there were a giant book of instructions and an elongated list of logic explaining the happenings in our lives it would be in a language nobody could decipher. 479 more words

Musings

I'm A Scorpio Not A Cancer

A couple weeks ago I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. So, I drew this picture of me (with a slightly more fit and fearless feeling) crash-landing on an unknown planet to symbolically represent the feelings I’d have if I was actually more daring and hard-nosed than I am.

Personal Work

Scott McKenzie Update: A Quick Note From Philly

My friends,

Just a quick note to sincerely thank you for your concern as we’ve spent since 7/7 here at the Hospital At Penn receiving rock my world strength chemo (or better yet, rock my cancer’s world.) 46 more words

Features

Patrick Jessee Light the Night Honored Hero

In the summer of 2011, Patrick Jessee was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. “Initially it was particularly frightening,” Patrick recalls, “As you hear those words, it stuns you when it is you. 324 more words

Man With Terminal Cancer Gets Married With Help From Hospital Staff

Yes, there are still good people in this world, and a few of them are on staff at the Good Samaritan Hospital in New York. 443 more words

Health And Wellness

Man With Terminal Cancer Gets Married With Help From Hospital Staff

Yes, there are still good people in this world, and a few of them are on staff at the Good Samaritan Hospital in New York. 415 more words

Cancer