Monthly Archives: November 2013

My Oscar Speech

Well … no, I haven’t received an Oscar, nor even an Oscar nomination, but if I had, here is what I would say: Thank you, thank you, thank you. This is awesome! Seven years ago, I never dreamed I would … Continue reading

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The End of the Beginning Here is a link to my latest blog on MD Anderson’s Cancerwise page. I have written three for them. You will find a link to the others at the bottom of the post.

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Thanking Carly Update

What a surprise. As I watched the evening news last night, a segment was shown about a young woman who was granted her wish by the Make a Wish Foundation. It was Carly! Actually she is Carly Wright from Katy, … Continue reading

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Thanking Carly

So there I was, sitting in one of three chairs in the CT interview waiting area. I had followed three other people down the winding halls of the third floor MD Anderson radiology department. One was a Hispanic man. Another … Continue reading

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Thank You, Lake Valley Community Church

I haven’t had much to say lately because there is not much happening here in Houston. Nodes keep shrinking, and tests are scheduled. At this point, we are looking at a homecoming on November 23rd – just in time for … Continue reading

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Participating in a clinical trial for CLL treatment: What it’s really like

This is the link to my latest MD Anderson Cancerwise post. It is a few weeks outdated since posts here go through an editing process, but worth the read. http://www2.mdanderson.org/cancerwise/2013/11/participating-in-a-clinical-trial-for-cll-treatment-what-its-really-like.html Harley

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