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Clinical Trial Associated with Acute Myelomonocytic Leukemia (M4). Posted on June 22, 2019 View this journey (3 Experiences)

I had presented with Spinal Meningitis. I was blind and I couldn’t move my head. The pain was untenable. Leukemia was nowhere on my radar. Especially cancer of the Brain & Spine. I was hospitalized for more than 8 months and didn’t realize that wasn’t the norm. I was/am grateful for the many professionals that saved my life. I just decided to see the whole thing as an extended spa adventure. The night nurses would sneak awesome food to me at and I would regale them with stories of my life. I had a small stroke after brain surgery, but I saw that as a small price to pay for life. There were a few set backs, sepsis, threatened rejection, etc. Good to be alive.

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