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Viewpoint with Ken Rosato

Just a quick follow up post.
The interview I did with Compassion & Choices New York a few weeks ago, aired last night. I wanted to share it here for those of you that may not regularly visit Facebook or Twitter. 126 more words

Metastatic Breast Cancer

The Numbers are Not in My Favor

At my last update there was concern over my rising tumor marker: CA 27.29. I had my labs done on Thursday and the decision was made to schedule a PET/CT for August 2nd. 400 more words

Metastatic Breast Cancer

What about me? What about us?

Yesterday I had my penultimate chemotherapy for secondary breast cancer. Mid-way results showed that treatment is working, so a scan in August should show more shrinkage or stability, and then, I get a chemo break until such time that the cancer starts growing again. 585 more words

A Dollar for Tammy...My First Guest Post From The Ladies At Tea Time Emporium

We all share a common bond…..our admiration, support, affection and love for Tammy Carmona. Tammy’s personality and relentless positive spirit is infectious. You meet Tammy once and she becomes a part of your heart. 458 more words

Let's talk about...being misdiagnosed.

You ready to open up some not-yet-healed wounds? Cause I am. I’m finally not reeling from the effects of nausea, and it’s about to get all sorts of Dr. 1,905 more words


Tour de Past, 21 Stage Memories. Stage 4, 2011. Cadel Lays Down His Marker.

Looking over the editions of the Tour de France which I have followed has shown me that stage 4 is the most dull stage of each Tour, though yesterday was very much the exception to the rule. 343 more words

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Stage 4: Does'nt Anyone Care?

The four months leading up to the doctor’s diagnosis of cancer, my life revolved around pain.  At fist I thought I had strained some muscles in my back from playing drums, working out or chasing and lifting my sweet and active Grandson, Hudson.   590 more words