Watch For More About Cervical, Uterine, Ovarian Cancer Information Here Daily

As you probably know, my husband, Pat, has multiple myeloma, a cancer of the bone marrow. He endures monthly chemotherapy and lots and lots of bone pain each and every day. Somehow he finds the time and energy to write and post articles about cancer daily. I fill-in when I can or when he isn’t feeling well. Pat’s specialty are blood and bone marrow cancers—for example, he traveled to New Orleans last December and used his journalist credentials to report live from ASH—thanks to the International Myeloma Foundation, who payed his way.
What many of you may or may not know is, I am also a cervical, uterine and ovarian cancer survivor. Pat has agreed to help me write more about these cancers—my cancers.
Starting today, we are going to post more about these and other cancers, in addition to articles about leukemia, lymphoma and multiple myeloma—along with stories about nutrition, alternative medicine and exercising to help our fellow cancer patients.
As Pat would say: Feel good and keep smiling—and thank you for reading! Pattie

Merck Onclology Offers iChemoDiary For Cancer Patients Using Chemotherapy

Merck Oncology has joined the iPod revolution! You can now download an iChemoDiary onto your mobile digital device or personal computer. iChemoDiary is designed to help patients record and track their chemotherapy schedules, medications and treatment plans, keep an iLog to record possible side effects–even connect with your doctor or nurse to help deal with side effects. Free downloads available at iTunes or at This was an “unsolicited post”… We saw a PSA about the service and it sounded pretty cool! Let us know what you think- Pat & Pattie