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It is hard to express how good it is to feel good. I realized chemo was really over and gone when I shaved this morning for the first time in several months.
Why the picture of our dog Sandy (She is the one on the right, Barnaby is on the left)? My focus in on hair and my goal is to go dog. In the photo album there is a very
I'm revising my "A-" grade to a provisional "A" After the oncologist read the CT scan he said no evidence of tumor. That was pleasing and I hope as the months and years
I received a wonderful email from Fernanda Farinha in Mozambique. She tried several times to post on caringbridge but found she could not. If anyone else overseas has had th
Although chemo has been remarkably benign, it was a great pleasure to look back into my chemo room at an empty bed just after chemo 4 ended Thursday afternoon.. The care at t
Jean is alluding to the plans Jane and I have for spending Christmas with my oldest son Richard and his wife in California. We are looking forward to a real change of pl
Well, I've found that chemo can be a little bit less than fully pleasant. #3 had more fatigue that now seems to be gone or almost gone, and there was enough nausea to tak
Visiting is wonderful. Anyone who would like to visit just give Jane or me a call (home 781-837-4101, cell 617-283-5775) or drop an email to <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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What you want is the Bicknell International Film Festival!
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