Monthly Archives: January 2017

Week 102 chemo complete: My day on Bowen Island

Yesterday I hiked up the trail to Dorman Point in Crippen Regional Park on Bowen Island. It was a nice place to relax and enjoy the view. I always enjoy going to Bowen Island as it is fun to take … Continue reading

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Week 101 complete: After the rain

Overnight a light rain fell on the city, viagra 100mg so I decided to head to Queen Elizabeth Park before dawn. Walking around nature after it has rained always feels so refreshing. As the sun rose, I found a tree … Continue reading

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Week 100 complete: How my chemo is like wearing glasses

As Multiple Myeloma is an incurable blood cancer, what is ed the objective of chemo treatment is to control cancer levels so that they remain low and stable without significant increases. I remain on chemo indefinitely, viagra until it is … Continue reading

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Week 99 complete: Cancer levels dropped

My December blood test results thankfully show a decrease in my cancer levels (M Protein). According to my Hematologist (Blood Cancer Specialist): The M Protein (Myeloma Protein) is only my abnormal protein, more about which is my myeloma or represents … Continue reading

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