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Happy 4707 by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer As well as being Valentine's day today marks the first day of the 15 day celebration of the Chinese New Year! This begins the year of the Tiger one of the signs of the ... Read on »
Happy Valentine's Day by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer No matter how you are celebrating you might want to check out some of this research. Seems that researchers have decided that red wine and chocolate are "cancer killers ... Read on »
Peter Tork by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer I watched the Monkees as a kidreruns mind you,  but I watched them just the same. I always liked Peter Tork. Davey Jones was too easyMickey was too weird and Michael never c ... Read on »
Download for Cancer by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer If you read this blog you know music is a big part of my life. Lord knows I spent too much of yesterday waiting for the line up for Bonnaroo. Well I've found a group that ti ... Read on »
Hope you don't need insurance in California by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer So meaningful health care reform is likely off the table because the democrats couldn't get their act together. The best many of us are hoping for is health insurance reform ... Read on »
Yoga and Breast Cancer by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer Breast cancer patients are needed for a senior research thesis and is looking at the effect of yoga on the immune system of breast cancer patients.  Patients are recruited o ... Read on »
Technical difficulties, please stand by by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer Hi all - I am experiencing some problems with my wireless router having to a hard reboot at least daily.  Once everything is unplugged and plugged back in the connection kic ... Read on »
New York City Marathon openings by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer We've had a cold winter here in North Carolina but it will have to get a whole lot colder before you see me running in a marathonwhole or half. The I'm Too Young for Th ... Read on »
New Cancer Navigation resource by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer A new site has come on line and I have to share it with you. Navigating Cancer is a site where you can get information about your diagnosis, get support from others who ... Read on »
More from Dr. Grumpy by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer This guy cracks me up so I share my favorites with you.... Dr. Grumpy: "What kind of doctor did you see after that?" Mr. Dimbulb: "The one my family doc said I sho ... Read on »
Can middle schoolers say boobies? by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer What the hell is going on out in California? First they've got folks out there trying to restrict access to the dictionary and now the kids have to be protected from th ... Read on »
Chemo? There's an app for that by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer Seriously, when you're in treatment it can be hard to remember what you're taking and which things make you feel better or worse. Leave it to a drug company to come up with ... Read on »
Do you read and write? by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer I've decided to start a feature about things I've been reading. If the response is strong I'll make it a weekly feature.  Please add links to the things that you have been r ... Read on »
Burr's veterans bill killed by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer I don't agree with Senator Richard Burr on the color of the sky, but he has been working hard to make sure that those who were exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune ... Read on »
Mapping lung and skin cancer by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer Researchers at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute have generated the first analysis of a malignant melanoma and a lung cancer genome. The results reveal nearly all th ... Read on »
Supporting strangers by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer People have told me I'm "brave" for writing this blog, and I've been told how "brave" I was during my treatment.  It is interesting to me how we define brave. Most of the ti ... Read on »
I'll take chemo brain for $100 Alex by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer You know how you always read that you need to continue to do new things to challenge your brain? I do the sudoku and that hasn't hurt but here's a bigger challenge.I am goin ... Read on »
Surviving Idol by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer To support the efforts of the 8th Annual National Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week®,  Vital Options presents Surviving Idol: Young Adults with Cancer Expressing Themselve ... Read on »
This is the dick that's going to kill health care reform by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer Actually it looks like the only thing you can't see if his dick. Sorry for the crassness folks but the news of the last few days is simply making me sick. Scott Bro ... Read on »