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Mantle Cell Lymphoma
The Business Of Cancer
Cancer quickly becomes your new, unwelcome, family business
Exploring Combinations in Mantle Cell Lymphoma
Adding Ibrance to Imbruvica may be a promising treatment strategy for patients with mantle cell lymphoma, according to a recent study.
Did Your Cancer Transplant Fail? Itís Time To Learn Another Acronym: DLI
After two transplants and two relapses, it's time to go down a novel road.
Normal 4.0: Cancer Relapse After Transplant
If you've relapsed after you thought you'd been cured, you know what a shock it is. Relapsing twice, after two transplants, turns out to have a surprisingly different effect on Kevin.
Fighting Robots and Fighting Cancer
Kevin compares building and fighting robots with enduring and fighting cancer-- a surprising synergy!
One Year After Cancer: Another New Normal
Life after cancer calls for yet another new normal.
The Other Side of the Valley: 3,434 Days and Counting
Most cancer survivors are familiar with Psalm 23 and the feeling of walking through the valley of the shadow. We also need to remember that there's another side to the valley, where the light shines brightly.
A Cancer Survivor's Thoughts on Processed Meat
The recent World Health Organization announcement classifying processed meat as a Group 1 carcinogen isn't really news. It's just common sense.
What Do Space Shuttles and Cancer Have in Common?
Kevin realizes that the trauma caused by losing space shuttles turns out to feel a lot like finding out you have cancer — only lonelier.
Transplants and Triathlons: An Unwelcome Tradition
Two transplants, three mini triathons. Running the race for myself and others shows how lessons learned in the hospital translate to victory on the outside.
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