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November 4th 2015
The recent World Health Organization announcement classifying processed meat as a Group 1 carcinogen isn't really news. It's just common sense.
October 28th 2015
Kevin realizes that the trauma caused by losing space shuttles turns out to feel a lot like finding out you have cancer — only lonelier.
October 14th 2015
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.
September 10th 2015
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.
August 13th 2015
Kevin gets philosophical, sharing deeply wrought insights in a manner that, just possibly, might actually make sense
August 1st 2015
Kevin continues to explain how to stay alive in a world that's pretty much trying to do the other thing to you.
July 24th 2015
Kevin explains, in a rather tedious manner, his procedure for washing his hands and other immune-deficient oddities.
June 17th 2015
Where our intrepid transplant recipient discovers that being a vampire isn't all it's cracked up to be.
March 24th 2015
Leaving the hospital is a huge relief, but there's still lots of work to do.
March 9th 2015
Kevin finally understands his place in the cancer universe.
February 26th 2015
Being offered the chance to be an inspiration isn't up to you. What you do with it afterwards, is.
February 19th 2015
The weeks and days leading up to transplant, the anticipation and reality