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Off-Topic Tuesday: A Closer Look at GvHD

People mistakenly assume that if you’re in remission you’ve been cured and are healthy and safe. This is not necessarily so, especially with blood cancer. It can be a case of out of the frying pan and into the fire, where the side effects of the treatment prove...
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Throwback Thursday! “Vacation!”

I wish I had caught this earlier on the 11th, its 1 year anniversary! From the description: “This is a vacation in the same way that a triathlon + several days of equipment maintenance + many hours of editing is a vacation. 40 miles biking to and from...
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Bone Marrow Transplant By the Numbers

The Latest Work has come to a screaching halt because of my Bone Marrow Transplant. I recently spent 40 days in-patient, most of which was spent in isolation, some of which was spent in a plastic tent. It was all the mental torment of solitary confinement plus the...
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Cancer. Game Over?

  In September, Michael was headhunted for his dream job: Evangelist for Unity Technologies (Asia) in Seoul, South Korea! In October, however, Michael was diagnosed with cancer. Now he must live within 40 miles of the Roswell Cancer Institute in order to qualify for treatment. And everything he...
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