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Natural Killer Cells : the perfect Xmas present!!

Things are moving steady in St Louis. I don’t see much more than  the view from my window at the Barnes&Jewish hospital, but Susana tells me it’s a nice mid-size city where it’s easy to move around for shopping and … Continue reading

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One door closes, one arch opens

Well, this post may be the one that I had more time in my mind wondering how to write it as it reflects so many changes, frustrations, surprises, disappointments and new hopes…. As always, I’ll be very open with the situation … Continue reading

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Gift of Life event : over 400 new donors registered!!

Last Tuesday was a great day for several reasons. One of them is that Susana and I flew back to the “Best Coast” to move on to the next phase of my treatment. She is now happy at home with … Continue reading

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Back to San Francisco, Moving to Transplant & Changing the Game!!

Hi all!! Well, another long period of not updating you my friends. I’m going to be honest, the period in New York has been tough both physically and mentally for both Susana and I. Being away from home and our … Continue reading

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YES, I am the Real Vampire!!

I’ve been writing often about the importance of Bone Marrow Donors and how critical they are for Leukemia and other blood cancer patients to find a match for our transplant. Yes, I still have a full matching donor ready and … Continue reading

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UPDATE : Moved to Plan B – back to Cocktails & no more walks in the Park!!

(Posting here my latest update in jjuan.me ( Facebook page) as I know some of you cannot access that one or get alerts from this blog) Hi all! Still around and kicking ass, just slower. The bad news are that … Continue reading

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Walking keeps me fighting : WalkwithMe!

You may have noticed that I’m walking a bit these days. In fact I’m walking A LOT for my constantly low hemoglobin levels ( red blood cells which carry oxygen through the body)! That’s one thing that leukemia and chemo do … Continue reading

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