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Brain fog: what is it and what can we do about it?

***Brain fog, a type of cognitive dysfunction, is one of the most common complaints of people with chronic illness.*** It can be severe and can have just as big an impact on our lives as pain or fatigue. Sometimes, I … Continue reading

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A Report on Today’s Condition

It has been a while since my last post, so I wanted to take a little time to update how I’m feeling and how things are progressing.  The past month has been difficult.  Not only have I had to overcome … Continue reading

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RARE DISEASE DAY 2014!

FEBRUARY 28, 2014 IS RARE DISEASE DAY!! “The USA joined Rare Disease Day in 2009 with participation from NORD, the National Organization for Rare Disorders, making the campaign a truly international affair. Diverse events and campaigns have been organized since … Continue reading

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They Say You’re Looking Good – But You Sure Don’t Feel Very Good!

Below is an image that I have borrowed from the Breast Cancer Awareness Page on Facebook: I think a lot of cancer patients will share my near disdain when I see one of my friends and they say something like … Continue reading

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