This blog is for anyone who has to undergo a stem cell transplant, is fighting Hodgkins Lymphoma or being offered a clinical trial. I try to offer my perspective on the disease and how to deal with it while sharing aspects of my life that I try to keep as normal as possible.
Hi, I am in remission with Non Hodgkins Lymphoma. My husband was diagnosed in March 2010 with adenocarcinoma of the esophagus. Tomorrow he is having a port put in. He starts getting chemo and radiation sometime next week.
Look forward to using this site to educate myself and also to share experiences with friends with whom I have yet to meet. Hope to offer encouragement and...
I was diagnosed with stage 4a Hodgkin's Lymphoma in February 2010 when I was 28 years old and with an 8 month old son. Six cycles of chemo, one stay in hospital with pneumonia and some months later, I kicked it and am pleased to say that I am now in remission!
After living a healthy, active life for 45 years, I was surprised to find myself diagnosed with non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. Following two courses of chemotherapy that failed to remove the tumor in my stomach, I had a partial gastrectomy in October 2008 and my digestive system was forever altered. On the road to regaining my health in 2009, I suffered three grand mal seizures and was diagnosed with...
My name is Susan, I'm a 25-year-old Atlantic Canadian with a love for food, health, and life! I'm a writer, researcher, journalist, Can-Fit-Pro certified Personal Training Specialist, and Nutrition & Wellness Specialist. I am currently undergoing treatment for Hodgkins Lymphoma, a cancer of the lymphatic system.
Lisa Robertson is a freelance writer specializing in health. She works at providing information to the community on Fibromyalgia and hosts her own blog on the topic. Currently she is a staff writer for several publications and is volunteering her time to Charity Music Inc.
To read more by Lisa Robertson visit: Detroit Disease Examiner
I'm a 56-year old federal writer-editor who was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 10 years ago. My balance and gait are severely affected, so I work from home. I attempt to attack this disease mostly by laughing at it. I hope I can bring a smile to your face as well.
I've written a book about my experience with Parkinson's disease and deep brain stimulation. It's
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Hi! I am grateful to be here! I have spent my professional career in the clinical/ medical field, as a Physical Therapist and in Healthcare Administration, I have my MPH as well. However, I did not devote my life to educating, empowering and inspiring others to advance their recovery (from any disease) and focus on optimal health until after my incredible challenge with Myasthenia Gravis,...
Gonna do the uber quick intro:
Wife of a soldier medic, eccentric in style and varied in interests. In 06 I was diagnosed with Fibro/CFS.
Currently undergoing Cardio related testing as well as fertility testing.
I hope you will enjoy my little corner of the internet and you drop me a comment or two :)