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Inspired

There are only a handful of moments in my life that, when I close my eyes, I can still remember almost every little detail about that exact moment – where I was, what I was feeling, the sounds, the smells … Continue reading

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The first day of the rest of your life – Cancer Survivorship

Surviving cancer, the point in time when cancer treatment has ceased, marks a milestone moment in one’s cancer journey. The likely possibility of living beyond treatment is, of course, overwhelmingly positive news for patients and their families. However, the reality … Continue reading

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Trevor’s Story

By: Trevor Bynoe I was diagnosed with gray-zone lymphoma back in November 2009. I went to the doctor one day to make sure my cough wasn’t the swine flu and instead found out that I had a 10 cm mass … Continue reading

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Resolutions, Healthcare Reform and more…

Like most of you, I have a bunch of resolutions for 2011 that I hope to keep- spend quality time with my children every day; be more organized…ok, ok, BE organized; exercise more and eat less; read at least two … Continue reading

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An Introduction

Thanks for reading!  I look forward to updating you each week on the wonderfully brave, honest and inspiring young adult patients and families I have come to know here at the University of Maryland Greenebaum Caner Center (UMGCC).  I will … Continue reading

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