Monthly Archives: June 2007

Imatinib is nothing more than Poison

My home and work life have been very hectic over the past week or so, hence very little time to blog, plus on a personal POV there isn’t much to say on a CML front. I seem to be coping … Continue reading

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Nutritional Needs of the Bone Marrow Transplant Patient

I hope I will never have to take this advice from the Diet Channel, which looks like similar to the advice Seth Neutropenic Diet received, If you have been following Seths blog you will know he has been having some complications following … Continue reading

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Bertie’s Blog: From Leukaemia CARE

  A new blog just starting for the UK Leukaemia CARE who in there own words… ‘exists to provide vital care and support to all those whose lives are affected by leukaemia, lymphoma and the allied blood disorders. Our work extends … Continue reading

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Ceflatonin

I am still amazed by the amount of information and work being done on research and new drugs on all forms of Leukaemia, of course it is big business.. Ceflatonin is a new one to me until I saw this … Continue reading

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Everything’s going to plan

Which was pretty much the outcome of my session at the Hammersmith yesterday, so nothing much to report on that aspect.  We saw a different doctor whose name escapes me (how embarrassing, i did write it down but I my … Continue reading

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Is it in my head?

Ever since the need for another bone marrow biopsy was raised with the Dr’s on my last visit to Royal Berks, the area in my hip where I had my first biopsy has become sore, I have not had any pain … Continue reading

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Children Fighting Cancer on BBC

It appears there is a new series on BBC1 tonight that might be worth tuning into 10:35 pm titled Children Fighting Cancer "Teenagers Charlotte and Andrew are newly diagnosed, and while Andrew’s case appears the more straightforward, Charlotte has complications that … Continue reading

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