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'Snot Good

For reasons that escape me, there is a statue of Florence Nightingale in the lobby of Tokyo Medical Center, where I get my daily dose of radiation. 384 more words

The Real Face of Cancer

Back in July, the face of cancer was a scary one.  It was normal on the outside, but very fearful and nervous on the inside.  It was a face of the unknown.   967 more words

Cancer

Radioactive Diamond Batteries: Making Good Use Of Nuclear Waste

(Source: www.forbes.com)

A research team at the University of Bristol has developed a way to use a type of nuclear waste to generate electricity in a… 685 more words

Money Matters

22 seconds

I have 22 seconds of treatment left… ever… forever. This cancer is gone; everything I’ve done is enough, and tomorrow I close the book on this chapter. 294 more words

Update

November 19, 2017 Infected port // Entzündeter Port

— Deutsche Version weiter unten —
This coming week the doctors will have to decide what happens to the port that has been implanted for the cocktail parties. 289 more words

Journal//Tagebuch

Recovery Going Strong

We met with my radiation oncologist on November 7th and discussed treatment options for my right hip. He recommended a 5-course treatment over 5 consecutive days that shouldn’t produce any major side effects. 609 more words

Treatment

Radiative Heat Transfer by CO2 or “what’s the quality of your radiation?” — Watts Up With That?

Note: This is a contentious subject, and I have often shied away from it because it often erupts in food fights. However, Mr. Gill is making a good-faith effort here, and asks some relevant questions that I consider worth discussing.

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