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My Bone Marrow Transplant: Finale, for Now

My Bone Marrow Transplant: Finale, for Now

Where I return to old routines thanks to new medical progress. @connie3077 via Twenty20 Fifteen months ago I sat in
Bone Marrow Transplant: From Zero-Day to Happy Day (Today)

Bone Marrow Transplant: From Zero-Day to Happy Day (Today)

The Numbers Continue to Surprise and Pay Off! This BMT recovery thing really is a numbers game. They tell you
Bone Marrow Transplant: Progress

Bone Marrow Transplant: Progress

Better Numbers and a “Boost” @faaphoto via Twenty20 The Bone Marrow Transplant recovery process is a game of numbers involving
Three Months in the Hospital and Five Months of Assisted Living… when’s “Home Alone”?

Three Months in the Hospital and Five Months of Assisted

   I spent nearly three months in the hospital getting a bone marrow transplant for my blood disease, and have
Bone Marrow Transplant: I just don’t feel like writing.

Bone Marrow Transplant: I just don’t feel like writing.

But I’ll write to tell you why. Confused, Overwhelmed, or Just Tired? This Bone Marrow Transplant recovery thing has been
Two Faces Have I: Exorcism, Exercise and Engagement

Two Faces Have I: Exorcism, Exercise and Engagement

Two Faces Have I: Exorcism, Exercise, and Engagement Part 2: Optimism When I finally broke out of funk, it was
Two Faces Have I (BMT, Drugs, and Despair)

Two Faces Have I (BMT, Drugs, and Despair)

Part 1: Fear Image by Toshiyuki IMAI Creative Commons The follow-up combo of steroids, drugs, anti-anxiety, sleep aids, and the regular medication
My Bone Marrow Transplant Zero-Day

My Bone Marrow Transplant Zero-Day

And a Bad Reaction to Rabbit Blood! Thus came the big day, Day Zero on the transplant calendar. This is
Chaos, Curiosity, and Caregivers

Chaos, Curiosity, and Caregivers

Things that were a pain, and a look at the role of the “Caregiver” A hospital room is chaotic. There
Complications: The Story of My Heart

Complications: The Story of My Heart

What I learned about My Heart 50 years after a First Grade Incident Typical Pacemaker My first neighborhood was Washington
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