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Steve K. Patient Expert

Mountain Green, Utah
Surprised at a diagnosis of bladder cancer at age 48, there is much hope to prevail over the disease. I am a great fan of life and doing something useful with the limited time we have on this earth. I enjoy my church, my home life, my career in process improvement (which is basically helping... Full Bio
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News FLASH - There is a BCG Shortage! - August 22, 2014

I got a note today from Judy L. asking me if I had heard about a shortage of BCG, "I was supposed to get BCG today - 1st maintenance & I am...

The Statistics of Chemotherapy - May 7, 2014

I shall apologize in advance for not having the time to do exhaustive research on statistics.  Even so, the one simple example I present is...

BCG Maintenance Series 8 - Uncharted Territory - April 11, 2014

BCG Maintenance Series #8 is now complete.   This is good news - mostly because it's over, but also because there are only 3 more...

Judgment Day, again! - March 17, 2014

St. Patrick's Day is Judgment Day for me.  It was supposed to be next week, but my doc decided to take some time off.  Best solution for...

Bladder Cancer, Alkalinity & Secondary Issues/Considerations - November 6, 2013

Yes, it has been a while since the last post!  It is truly amazing how quickly the time has passed.  The good news is that I have been busy...

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Mar 05 2009 by Steve K.

Hi Cindi,

 Finished 3rd and last of the maintenance series 3 weeks ago, 1/3 dose.  It was much more tolerable.  Check out my active blog: for complete details.

Mar 05 2009 by Cindi
Have you had your last BCG in the 2nd series? How was it compared to others? I am on full strength but 2 weeks instead of 3. I wonder how this compares and if the desired result is affected. My doctor says the therapy is not written in stone and he's willing to listen to alternative schedules. Thanks for all your blogs as they have really helped.

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