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Drainage and meeting the oncologist!

The day after diagnosis I spent the whole day in bed feeling exhausted and my belly was full of fluids and just grew. I think the diagnosis made every complaint I had even worse. 492 more words

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Stop Signs and Teal Ribbon Flags

Having cancer gave me membership in an elite club I’d rather not belong to. — Gilda Radner

I wasn’t feeling sick, tired, or in pain. I just looked like I was six months pregnant for several days.

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The Pre-Cancer Robyn

Hello again

I thought, before I get into the nitty gritty of now-Robyn, I’d tell you all a bit about what I was all about before I was all about cancer. 582 more words

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Regeneus Ltd Approval For Personalised Cancer Immunotherapy Trial

Sydney, May 25, 2015 – (ABN Newswire) – Regeneus (ASX:RGS), a clinical stage regenerative medicine company, has received ethics approval to commence its first-in-human trial for a personalised therapeutic cancer vaccine that is aimed at harnessing the body’s own immune system to fight cancer cells. 664 more words

Preclinical & Clinical

Someone is looking over me today

After a hard week, Monday has actually provided some pleasant surprises and there is a bit of positivity flowing in my veins today.

I have felt worse than I have in a long time last week.  622 more words

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In praise of lab workers

A lot of people are profoundly frustrated by the limitations of modern medicine, let down by how powerless conventional medicine can be to ‘cure’ so many of the ailments that afflict us. 848 more words

Day 107

May 23, 2015

It was another one of “those” days.  Slept until 10:00am yet I still felt groggy when I finally made it downstairs. Sat for a bit and then decided I needed to eat something and take my supplements…just tea and toast though. 352 more words

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