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Mantle Cell Lymphoma
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.
I Just Found Out I Have Cancer
Kevin gives advice for giving advice.
180 Days From an Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplant
Returning to the mechanics of transplant, Kevin gives some details of the six-month milestone, but is unable to refrain from a bit of hopeful philosophy.
The Other Four Horsemen
Kevin gets philosophical, sharing deeply wrought insights in a manner that, just possibly, might actually make sense
Eating Dirty Food in a Clean Way
Kevin continues to explain how to stay alive in a world that's pretty much trying to do the other thing to you.
Living a Clean Life in a Dirty World
Kevin explains, in a rather tedious manner, his procedure for washing his hands and other immune-deficient oddities.
Crossing the 90th Meridian: The Three-Month Checkup
Where our intrepid transplant recipient discovers that being a vampire isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Freedom's Just Another Word For Sick In A Different Place
Leaving the hospital is a huge relief, but there's still lots of work to do.
Well, That Wasn't the Way This Day Was Planned!
Kevin finally understands his place in the cancer universe.
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