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Jan 16

Hot Wheels

3rd image of Buck in his wheelchair

Wednesday morning, 1-16-02. It’s been a week since my first chemo treatment and everything’s fine. I never got nauseated at all, let alone sick. I was really expecting that I would, considering how sick I got on some of the other medications, and the fact that they even gave me a prescription of Torecan to …

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Jan 09

Chemo Man

Wednesday morning, 1-9-02. I got my first chemotherapy treatment yesterday, and things seem to be going really well. I suffered no ill side effects, like nausea, during the administering of the drugs or afterwards, even up to now, as I write this, a little over 12 hours later. The appointment was rather late in the …

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Jan 05

The Clot!

image of hypodermic needle

It’s now Saturday morning, 1-5-02. It’s only been a couple of days since my last update, but a new development made it kinda necessary, at least in my mind. And since I’m running the show here, an update it is! You may recall that in the last update, I had a new pain. This one …

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Jan 03

Y2K+1

wrecked car

Thursday morning, 1-3-02, a week since my last update, and a whole new year has started. After the roller coaster of events in my life in 2001, I’m looking forward to this fresh start. It’s GOT to be better than it was last year. Let’s see… to recap last year’s weirdness:

Dec 27

Holiday Cheer!

Thursday morning, 12-27-01, about 10 days since my last update. Everything is going very well with me and I feel really good. I’m now up to 3 Neurontins per day, as prescribed. The pain in my toes rarely becomes a problem, and when it does I simply take a 600 mg Ibuprofen and all is …

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Dec 10

Phantom Menace

It’s now Monday, 12-10-01, one week since I last saw my Oncologist and had my last Rituxan treatment. Being a Star Wars fan, I bought “Episode I – The Phantom Menace” on DVD and then got a Phantom Menace of my own in the form of some mysterious pain in a few of my toes …

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