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The Dress

It’s interesting the things we cling to, the things that stand out, and the things we can’t get rid of.

In May 2013, I walked across a stage at the San Diego Convention Center and received my diploma for my masters degree. 1,576 more words


🦓 Day 14: Cushing’s Awareness Challenge 2018

So, the dwarves above have only seven of the many, many symptoms of Cushing’s.  I had those above – and I often felt like I looked like one of those little bearded dwarves. 257 more words

Cushing's Awareness Challenge

C is for Cancer. My Own. My Mom's. So Many Others.

I mentioned yesterday that I was diagnosed with carcinoid stomach cancer last May. I had surgery in June to remove the tumor. Since then I’ve been trying to get my GI system straightened out. 462 more words


March is Kidney Cancer Awareness Month

Kidney Cancer awareness is very important to me, because I learned I had it in 2006.

I’m pretty sure I had it before 2006 but in that year I picked up my husband for a biopsy and took him to an outpatient surgical center. 560 more words

Other Medical

Painful days and sleepless nights...

This marks the 6 week point in Shannon’s current chemo treatment. I can affirmatively say that I HATE chemo, and I am pretty sure Shannon does too! 1,321 more words

First Meeting with Dr Urologist1

Let me say that I don’t have great notes on this meeting from summer 2017 and as I write this post I am at least four months out from that meeting and as I post it over 6 months out.  840 more words

My Story

Now Available: Kappa Light Chain Antibody

Last week we validated the monoclonal Santa Cruz -59265 antibody for human tissue.  This was performed using 4 cancer tissues; renal cell carcinoma, lung adenocarcinoma, B-cell lymphoma and breast carcinoma. 22 more words

Histology Service