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Nightmare Fuel

It was the scariest moment of my life, hands down.  I had just completed what I thought was the biggest challenge I will ever face; Induction and Consolidation and was just entering maintenance treatments while preparing to get back to work. Then it happened every cancer patient’s biggest fear. When I say this came out […]

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Scheduled Discharge – 86 Days Later

Approximately 84 days ago I was diagnosed with T Cell LBL, a disease that makes up almost 2% of all Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma diagnosis. Making my disease what some rocket scientists would consider “rare” If you have read my previous posts or just my first story, you would have some sort of understanding for how fucked up […]

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First Health Update – Still Hungry

Okay, I realize the last two posts were kind of grim. I hope I don’t have you worrying too much, things are significantly improving. As I mentioned, I arrived at Princess Margaret with Mediastinal Masses – over 9cm in size. Initially, they didn’t respond to the steroid therapy how the Doctors would have expected, that […]

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35 Days – A Bit of Reflection

The fleeting moments of health, they’re not what I want to inspire you to chase after, I mean, I don’t really want to inspire you to do anything. Inspiration pieces aren’t my favorite things in concept, but based on the subject matter that is likely to follow, I can’t really control how you interpret my […]

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Well Yea, I Have A Bit Of Cancer

This post is really just to start things off properly for the blog. Most of you already know this – I have Cancer More specifically T-Cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma – Kind of a tough one to describe, it’s a bit of a strange one, but that’s not a terrible thing I swear. I am lucky that […]

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