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    GregP_WN posted a blog post

    SITE ANNOUNCEMENT: WhatNext Community Survey

    Hello WhatNext! I wanted to share a community survey that we put together with the help of the team over at Patient Worthy. The survey covers aspects such as what you like best about WhatNext, what could be improved, added, fixed and more. We're also seeking advice from some of our cancer support and patient group partners at Patient Worthy to see what has worked for their communities. This survey will be vital feedback as planning for the future of WhatNext moves forward. We want to make sure we listen to the WhatNext community about what you would like to see on the website. Please take a moment to fill out the survey and let your voice be heard.
    Survey link: https://tinyurl.com/whatnextsurvey

    As always, if you have any technical issues that you need help with, you can also reach me at colby (at) patientworthy.com.

    • DeanaBeana's Avatar

      I emailed Colby and he reached out to me with apologies. The tech team will get this and other issues resolved.

      11 months ago
    • legaljen1969's Avatar

      I do think it is a technical issue and nothing malicious.

      11 months ago
    • faithfully58's Avatar

      I'm sure it wasn't meant to be.But when this showed up kinda made my heart skip a beat.Just seeing the GregP-WN show up!

      11 months ago
  • GregP_WN's Avatar

    GregP_WN posted an update

    The first attempt failed in putting a new one in because the resident that injected the contrast out it in the wrong place, twice. So 3 of these were put in tested and finally after 4am we were let go. Arrived home at 630am

    I've spent all day yesterday with no meds. No formula, intense pain. Freezing to death the exam room was 10 below it seems. So this morning I started immediately getting my meds back on board and trying to get back to where I was on Wednesday.

    I've slept most of the day and I've recovered a little.

    Sweetie got us in and out of the City and back home, so my love to her!

    Hopefully tomorrow is better.
    Thanks for the kind thoughts and comments.
    Greg and Sweetie

    • Journey's Avatar

      Sorry you had such a long, difficult day. Glad that you are now home and feeling better. Thank you 'Sweetie' for taking such good care of Greg.

      over 1 year ago
    • SLM's Avatar

      What a story. You and sweetie have been through XXX with this. I send you both my love and prayers. Also, I admire your guys in getting XXX off about the hospital crap and voicing it. I don't think I get angry often enough. So get made and move on my friend. I think its good for us all to let it rip grom time to time. You and sweetie are handling yourselves beautifully. Peace to you both.

      over 1 year ago