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Chemo, Day 3: Resistance is futile

The reality of six straight days of chemo therapy sinks in as I settle into my reclining chair this morning (4/12). I had four chemo drugs in 2015 one day every three weeks, three times, then the same protocol three more times … Continue reading

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Great News Followed by Worst Evening

I could quit with the headline because that’s pretty accurate. After my fifth (and second treatment on two-week rotation), I had big up and then down. The “official” CAT scan report, comparing to the one I had prior to first … Continue reading

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Chemo’s Strange, Odd, Educational Factors

It seems something interesting or odd happens frequently during the Chemo/Cancer journey. There certainly has been some odd things up, down and unexpected since my first Chemo treatment for Lymphoma, now more than a month ago. For example, about two weeks ago … Continue reading

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Chemotherapy – Waiting for The Bomb To Go Off

So far, okay. Probably the most feared word after hearing ‘cancer’ is the word ‘chemotherapy.’ That certainly had me more anxious (see photo above) than when I heard I had lymphoma. I’m just 24 hours removed from my six-hour treatment Thursday. And, … Continue reading

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