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We love using our new Lodge dutch oven. Every thing we’ve made has been great. Well, the cornbread was a little dry but that’s because we should have taken it out sooner as th oven is very hot for a long while. Last night we did stuffed peppers with brown rice, mushrooms, onions, grated carrots and […]
High risk myeloma has historically had a very bad prognosis, with a stated overall survival of just 2 years. Few if any advances have been shown to overcome these high risk genetic features, however maybe the new efforts in data mining(Big Data) might be one way to identify regimens, which improve survival, but are just hidden in the data until someone finds them. There is a move that follows myeloma patients and their treatment decisions, and from this learn what works and what […]
Recently, just prior to my getting pneumonia, my wife and I traveled to Olympic National Park in Washington State. Two friends from Seattle joined us for the trip. We stayed […]
I’m moving like a sloth today, thank you Dex crash, Chemo crash and low blood counts. How about a pictorial update this time!
~ Poof! 35 years as a college counselor… my 35th anniversary recognition celebration recap:
2017 will b…
While multiple myeloma can present many challenges, keep in mind that you do not need to cope with this diagnosis on your own. Your friends and family are important sources of strength and support. There are also many local and national support service…
ResearchMoz presents this most up-to-date research on Global Multiple Myeloma Market 2016-2030.Multiple Myeloma is a form of blood cancer. Blood cancers, or hematologic cancers, affect the production and function of blood cells.To Get Sample Copy of Re…
We married on August 23, 1970. It was a simple Quaker wedding at 3pm. We then headed out in our 1964 VW ( painted no less) to cruz thru Canada , where we were pulled over for going to slow. Then down thru the Sault St Marie and finally ending up in Tucson. It was […]
I love everything about being a minimalist. I value the focus it has given me in my daily life.I love the simplicity it has brought me and how my life is less stressful. We’ve gotten rid of many many things and the things we have kept are useful and beautiful( almost). My favorite quote is […]
I went in for my monthly big blood test for August to determine what my Hematology profile is (how my body responds overall to my chemo treatment) and learn what my Serum Proteins (Electrophoresis & Immunoglobulins) are, which are my … Continue reading →
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http://www.bloggingforbooks.com/books/view/9781101905524 ‘Still here’ by Lara Vapnyar is about 4 Russian friends who all immigrate to NYC to start new lives. I liked the characters in their own way but the story just didn’t really grab me. Vica is married to Sergey and have a troubled marriage. She’s a radiological tech and he’s in finance but […]