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Latest Blog Posts for Colin's Brain Cancer Blog

  • I WILL Get Into a Bikini Again!Do you get it? huh? huh! About a year ago, I lost almost 40 pounds. I have now put 20 of those pounds back on. After I began my initial round of treatment, I lost forty pounds as my appetite changed abruptly. Between that point and now, I’ve gained...
  • Its a Good Thing I’m Ambidextrious!
    on Dec 27, 2010 in Colin's Side Effects
    Clatto Verata Nicto. Since I ended radiation in the end of 2009, I have been doing infusions of Avastin every two weeks at Virginia Cancer Institute, and the chemotherapy Everolimus every night at home. Until about a month ago, the only severe side e...
  • Colin Proposes!
    on Dec 20, 2010 in Uncategorized
    We just recently moved into a house in Church Hill from a smaller apartment in the museum district, so we’ve been busy unpacking and getting settled in with our roommates. I had to just come down with a cold (that I got from Colin) so I was sle...
  • Colin Returns!
    on Dec 19, 2010 in Colin's Update
    …again…for the second time. As you can imagine, just because you cancer doesn’t mean you get everything free. Including web hosting. We came to a point where we had to make a hard desicion: Be able to pay bills? or Keep a the websit...
  • Colin Returns!
    on Oct 19, 2010 in Staying Positive
    …again…for the second time. As you can imagine, just because you cancer doesn’t mean you get everything free. Including web hosting. We came to a point where we had to make a hard desicion: Be able to pay bills? or Keep a the websit...
  • 365 Days of Battle
    on Jul 30, 2010 in Uncategorized
    Today is the day. It’s been a full year since diagnosis. It’s very surreal to look back at the original numbness, finding out there was a mass, being told is wasn’t cancerous, then being told it was not only cancer, but the worst st...
  • MRI Results
    on Apr 26, 2010 in Doctor Consults mri results
    Here’s a treat. The word for word report…with translations. Glioblastoma in the left thalmus and left cerebral peduncle on therapy, evaluate for change. The tumor in the left portion of the brain that controls sensation (and other crap)...
  • If its not one thing
    on Apr 25, 2010 in Uncategorized
    …its another. Ok. This isn’t really his mouth. I didnt have a picture of his mouth. He broke a tooth. It didn’t hurt since he already had a root canal on it a long time ago. And normally, this wouldn’t be a big deal, except he...
  • If its not one thing…
    on Apr 25, 2010 in Colin's Side Effects avastin
    …its another. Ok. This isn’t really his mouth. I didnt have a picture of his mouth. He broke a tooth. It didn’t hurt since he already had a root canal on it a long time ago. And normally, this wouldn’t be a big deal, except he...
  • Medicated Suppository“I feel violated.” After doctor’s appointment in April it was determined that Colin’s had internal hemorrhoids. They figure this out by the infamous “lubed finger test.” Colin says the strangest part of this test i...
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