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Flayed Alive

I used to love to enthrall my history students with tales of the Assyrians. They would flay their victims while they were alive and parade them in cages to the next village on their map of conquest in order to … Continue reading

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Two Kidneys, Two Clots, and a Tumor Called Floyd

Cancer sucks on so many levels. Indeed, many liken the Stage IV experience to a roller coaster because of the ridiculous numbers of peaks and valleys with little time in between to catch your breath. And so it was for … Continue reading

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Downtown Abbey: Benign Something or Other Edition

Well, thank goodness Mrs. Hughes came through this scare with flying colors!  I can see the larger breast cancer community already petitioning PBS for a more realistic portrayal of breast cancer in the first half of the twentieth century.  (Spoiler: … Continue reading

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Downton Abbey: Breast Cancer Edition

 

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Moving Beyond Pink

Yesterday on the Monday evening #bcsm TweetChat, the hashtag started to morph from “breast cancer social media” to “breast cancer sadomasochism.”  I like them; it’s a frenetic pace, but with good ideas and thoughts moving back and forth.   They’re run … Continue reading

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My First TweetChat

I have been on Twitter for some time under my professional name.  But I never saw the appeal because it was boring.  I did not care that my colleagues in Wisconsin were having a fire drill, that another colleague in … Continue reading

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