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First of all, sorry that this post has been delayed so much!  Last year I was able to write up my ASCO post with almost no delay but unfortunately this year my...

>1,000 Hits… my mind was blown away.  My cancer had returned and I was now diagnosed recurrent Stage IV.  I knew at that moment that standard of care therapies would only...

In the immortal words of our most recent Nobel Prize Laureate Bob Dylan , the times they are a changin’…  This morning I will be having my final Full Fury (FOLFIRI)...

As I promised in my last post “Czech Please!” it is now ASCO season, so be prepared for a science post…  This one is a little hardcore – but bear with...

“Each patient’s cancer is unique and personalized – why shouldn’t their treatment be too?” My latest The Currently Incurable Scientist column for Fight Colorectal Cancer has published and it ended with the...

As my most recent Currently Incurable Scientist column began: On December 2, 2015 a remarkable meeting took place. Jointly organized by Fight Colorectal Cancer (Fight CRC) and the leading immuno-oncology organization...

My most recent The Currently Incurable Scientist column published this week on the Fight Colorectal Cancer  website.  It explains in layman’s terms the mechanism of action & the very unique and promising...

I wanted to expand the normal scope of my personal blog in today’s post. Not just for the sake of expansion but importantly because I believe strongly in today’s topic!  After...

The September edition of my monthly The Currently Incurable Scientist column has published on the Fight Colorectal Cancer website.  It briefly discusses in layman’s terms the profound roles chronic inflammation is...

For readers interested in “the science” of current & potential future CRC treatments – my latest monthly column of The Currently Incurable Scientist has been published on the Fight Colorectal Cancer website. ...

The first “science” column of my new patient advocacy writing project “The Currently Incurable Scientist” on the Fight Colorectal Cancer website has been published! As I discussed in the last post – I am...

There is no new medical news to report – which in the case of someone with Stage IV cancer is a good thing!  I’m continuing my weekly Erbitux infusions (with appropriate...