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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 effectively.  In that sense it is very simple... Read Full Post
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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 spikes, and the next-day-blahs didn't last as long.... Read Full Post
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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" day for treatment days in Durham.  The... Read Full Post
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Last week was spent completing various testing and reviewing treatment options.  There was one specific clinical trial that seemed to be the most interesting for my particular situation.  ... Read Full Post
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It has been a couple of weeks since my last post, and most of the focus has been on my lower back and right leg.  The tumor on my spine was putting pressure on my spine and the nerves to my... Read Full Post
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It has been about 5 months since we last made the hour-and-a-half drive to Duke, but we found our way to Dr. Beaven's office with no difficulties.  It was good to see the sweet-natured lady who... Read Full Post
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My last experience with Non Hodgkins T-Cell Lymphoma, which started about 18 months ago, involved almost no symptoms of the disease itself, and very minimal side effects from the chemotherapy... Read Full Post
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Since my last post, we have continued with the radiation treatments and gleaned some additional information regarding the tumor on my spine, which seems to be the primary location where the cancer... Read Full Post
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We were fortunate enough to be able to spend the holidays with our families; Christmas with our daughter Jill and New Years with our son Adam.  We returned home a few days into 2014 and I... Read Full Post
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In my last post I was discussing aspects of the somewhat unexpected and/or potential difficulties that a cancer survivor may encounter when adjusting to life after cancer.  I indicated that my... Read Full Post

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