my stem cells are now safely stored/frozen at UCSF, awaiting my return to the hospital.
getting them from me was quite a trip, one that most people probably don’t even know about. i’m not going to go into every detail but it kinda went like this:
day 1, 2, 3, 4: tons of chemo to kill whatever cancerous cells were left in me
well, hello there.
i remember writing one of these oh about….5 years ago. i sat there facing the dr. as he told me that i had hodgkin’s lymphoma, something very foreign to me.
this time, it’s not so foreign…and it’s back. it’s hodgkin’s. and once again i have cancer and i’m not too thrilled about it. i’ve already…