Category Archives: Transplant Stories

PLAYING THE ODDS

MAY 14, 2010: I just received my first infusion of Fludarabine, a chemo that is supposed to destroy my immune system along with a hefty dose of radiation next Tuesday. So, I am committed. I’ve plunged in. According to Dr. … Continue reading

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SECOND BITE AT THE APPLE

MAY 1, 2010:  We got a little cocky, I guess. My transplant was nearly three years in the past and although I was losing the graft, I said to myself: Who needs it, I’m feeling fine. We had made it … Continue reading

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WELL, WHAT HAVE I BEEN WAITING FOR?

Hmmm…it’s been quite a while since I’ve updated this website. Been so long it’s beginning to look like a cobweb site. I have no idea how many readers I have anymore. I’ve been waiting to trumpet good news, glad tidings, … Continue reading

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DEM YIN/YANG BLUES

Well, at long last, I’ve gotten some news. Perhaps I should wait until it’s fully digested before I spit it out. Nothing is happening here. What it is ain’t exactly clear. But the chimerism shows only a little progress in … Continue reading

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BETTER LATE THAN LATER.

I have been hearing from some of you who are wondering why I’ve not posted anything on my website recently. Thank you. I’m flattered that you miss me. But that’s the problem when there is really no news, isn’t it? … Continue reading

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