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  • ...ns its now inner city. It is filled with mansions that once belonged to its richest and most powerful citizens, but might now be a home for AID's patients, and was bisected by the ten...
  • ...as asked to join a committee of a neurosurgical association.  And am in the process of trying to patent a device for evaluation and monitoring of patients.    So, as soon as I stopped...
  • ...ve been generous in sending us contributions for nothing more than copies and the joy of knowing their efforts give pleasure to the residents and patients.  We do not charge for the ma...
  • ...t of what you folks have been expressing. I've been very frank with my patients, family, and friends that I a...ortive. They might think I'm crazy, but support me in doing so. I have patients who come in every couple of m...
  • ...that anxiety, about many things, has had me drinking too much wine - this has  been in the last few months and it is about anxiety!  The loss of patients in my practice.  This scary e...
  • Ah, I see. I can't get behind that quote. It does strike me as an old fashioned notion--that cancer patients are isolated. I've felt more connected. I got people coming out of the wood...
  • ...nder. I surely don't feel isolated, or like I can't be with non-cancer patients.  I don't have a "victim" men...those from those who do -- although, I do acknowledge that non-cancer patients can't know what we're going t...
  • ...turned to jewelry-making to regain some of her lost abilities.   Her website is linked with a a philanthropic organization that donates to cancer patients.  My friend had mentioned me...
  • ...prove of but publicly won't admit.  My oncologist has hand-outs that he gives you regarding various supplements that he has found helpful for his patients, but a lot won't even discuss...
  • ...p:   In addition to my fiction suspense/thriller WIP and my poetry, I am working on a booklet ... that is morphing into a BOOK ... for new cancer patients.  My goal is to provide infor...