Category Archives: Surviving Cancer

On Course

After I had finished my second cycle of Revlimid on 4/18/13, I had PET-CT scans and new blood tests run Advertisements

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Turning a New Corner

While this is the first time I have had radiation therapy to treat the cancer it isn’t the first time

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Focusing On the Task At Hand

Early in my life as a cancer survivor my oncologist always reminded me not to become frustrated because

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The Uphill Climb is Leveling Out

After retiring on January 31, 2013, I was excited in one respect, but I was also having a difficult time dealing with things.

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Retired – A Major Milestone

This wonderful group of people turned out for my retirement luncheon

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Doctors Visit

All in all my doctor’s appointment on Thursday went

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Uneasy – Restless – Confused

Monday, December 31, 2012, was the day I received radiation treatment

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Say “Hi” – It makes a difference

It amazes me how people today just look down and never recognize the other people they pass throughout their day. Earlier this morning

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