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Dale has good days and not so good days. Yesterday was not a good day. His timing is usually bad for my world. I was ready to drive the two hours on...
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4/1/14 – Can it be 125 days since my stem cell transplant? It is truly amazing how things look after you have been through them. When we are faced...
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Dale met with primary care physician today to discuss the latest results of the CT scan. The lumps have spread more abundantly: lungs, lymph nodes,...
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One week has made a big difference in Dale's well being. Sun is shining, he has been out in the yard, and he is feeling much better. The virus must...
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In some ways having cancer is very simple: It is a serious disease that invades your body and, in most instances, will end your life if not treated...
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Last Tuesday was my second Romidepsin treatment and it seems to have gone a little better than the first one.  No nighttime chills and fever...
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Kidney stones have shown their painful face once again. I came home from a stressful intensive day of work, run Dale errands, fix dinner, and spend...
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We got out of the house yesterday and enjoyed the pre spring blue sky day. It was good to do--for both of us. There is something about nature that...
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3/7/14 – It is Day +100… Woohoo!!! This morning when I awoke there was a huge rainbow in the sky, all the snow had melted, the birds were all singing...
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Last Tuesday we left home at 7:45 AM for our visit to Duke, and walked back in the house about 7:30 PM.  It seems like that may be our "normal"...
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