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Chemo brain
August 08, 2018
Could it be ADHD? During my 5 major treatments chemo brain was only a real problem during the RCHOP regimen. However, I was tested and found out I had ADHD which gave me answers to some of the problems you mentioned that affect my daily life.

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Chemo brain
August 08, 2018
Could it be ADHD? During my 5 major treatments chemo brain was only a real problem during the RCHOP regimen. However, I was tested and found out I had ADHD which gave me answers to some of the problems you mentioned that affect my daily life.

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Chemo brain
August 08, 2018
Could it be ADHD? During my 5 major treatments chemo brain was only a real problem during the RCHOP regimen. However, I was tested and found out I had ADHD which gave me answers to some of the problems you mentioned that affect my daily life.

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Article Talk: On Jackie Robinson and Bone Marrow Transplants
May 23, 2018
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You are one of the very fortunate few. History will show in my view that BMT

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Article Talk: Running, Stumbling and Finding the Way through Cancer
May 09, 2018
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I also believe I am still alive after a five year ordeal because I was so fit at 65 when things began. I too have made gut decisions on numerous occasions that were questioned by my wife and doctors. Most of my gut decisions were made because either that the proposed treatments did not seem to move towards making cancer a chronic problem or I felt to weak physically to do another procedure at that time. I have never stopped my pool aerobics even when I could barely get out of bed. I have attacked the problem with hope not fear and am inspired by your approach to your treatment and your continuing commitment to doing

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Article Talk: Are We Shamed Cancer Warriors?
April 21, 2018
I have never felt shame about losing a testicle because of my cancer. I can see how it may feel different for a women in that the chest is so visible and it is obvious to people that your front looks different. My son tells me all the time that I have been a warrior through this five year ordeal and it feels good. I find it strange that battle in some form is always used to portray the loss of life from cancer. In a real battle both sides usually have an equal chance. With cancer this not the case with today

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Article Talk: Marking the Days and Remembering Cancer's Anniversaries
December 28, 2017
You gave the greatest gift one can give your empathy and love to your sister. Having someone there during the cancer ordeal like you was probably more important than the treatments. My wife has been there in body during my 5 year ordeal but she has not encouraged nor praised me for my bravery or being the optimistic force you were for your sister.

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Article Talk: On The First Day of Chemo, My Nurses Gave to Me...
April 04, 2018
Cure should be more careful in what they put on their site. This fellow offers nothing remotely interesting to those who have been thru the journey.

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Article Talk: Give Patients Permission to Get Angry
March 18, 2018
Beautiful piece. I have relapsed 4 times and know another one is probable. I don

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Article Talk: Doctors Need to Learn a Thing or Two
February 28, 2018
Why wasn

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Article Talk: Doctors Need to Learn a Thing or Two
February 28, 2018
Why wasn

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Article Talk: When the Patient Is the Loser
January 24, 2018
Humana is the type of insurer the1997 movie the

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