Paul Pavao

Paul Pavao survived a rare form of leukemia and a stem cell transplant in 2011-2012. He is in remission and recovering from a lymphoma diagnosed in November 2014. He likes to write about his gratefulness to his wife/care partner, the doctors and nurses and to God, who allowed him to go through chemo fearlessly and with joy.

When Cancer Makes a Hospital a Home

July 10, 2017

My wife and I are always amazed at the fond memories and warm feelings that rise up when we return to Nashville.

Recovering From Leukemia: From Old and Slow to Young and Fit in an Instant

January 14, 2016

Who could have known that leukemia would transform me from the slow, old guy to the young, fit one?

How Do I Fit In? Writing About Cancer as a Survivor

January 05, 2016

I couldn't figure out how to fit in before this post. I read the blogs in the CURE community of contributors and I read the articles on the CURE home page — nothing.