It was my out at V. And we had the so so good.
The side: there are two V.
Tour de Force: a French expression meaning an exceptional creative achievement, a particularly adroit manoeuvre, or a difficult feat
November 15, 2013
November 11, 2013
November 4, 2013
Erin and Steve dropped by today and ate their Davis deli purchased sandwiches here. Erin walked in from the driveway to the kitchen, the length of the house, wearing her temporary brace and using a 4-pronged cane. She has not heard from the fitter at Integral Othotics and Prosthetics. He was supposed to get approval from the Physical Therapist to make a series of plaster casts before making a permanent brace.
Erin walked slowly, but steadily. She seemed a little tired.
November 2, 2013
My good college friend Barbara Evans, just wrote me about an article that she saw in the San Francisco Chronicle this week. I found the following in SF Gate, the electronic version of the Chronicle:
“Scientists at California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute and UCSF discovered a potential treatment for glioblastoma, an aggressive and deadly form of brain cancer.
The treatment relies on an already-approved antiviral drug, called cidofovir, an injectable medication used to treat a viral eye infection called cytomegalovirus retinitis.
The researchers behind the new discovery previously had demonstrated that human cytomegalovirus retinitis is linked to the development of glioblastoma in that the virus may reside in the brain’s stem cells before they become malignant. The virus is found in 90 percent of primary brain tumors.
In their experiments, the scientists used cidofovir to treat human brain tumor cells as well as brain tumors in mice generated from human tumor cells. The cells died and tumor development in the mice was delayed. Survival rate in the mice was significantly increased compared with untreated animals.
Glioblastoma, also called glioblastoma multiforme, is relatively rare but still the most common primary brain tumor. Just two or three people are diagnosed with the disease for every 100,000 people in North America. Most people live about 15 months after being diagnosed.
A clinical trial using cidofovir for glioblastoma patients is expected to begin next year.
The study was published Tuesday (Oct. 29, 2013) in the medical journal Clinical Cancer Research.”
It is all pretty amazing.
November 1, 2013
P is amazing. This is was thing of.
2 years he was very difficult. He was fight, with every one. He would throw something at every thing. When I left home to my mother, this was a mistake. But really, only a few peoples before I was survive. The survive is very, very small. With be is even small, because it is around 200in the US.
Most people thought I was going. I was bad.
And P. was mad.
I have no idea I am better. But P. was not so well. T. was fine. He has know me as wheelchair. I was not weird to T. But P. he was ok.
This woman from Kaiser has been at amazing. From me it is extradited.
Tonight, late, he talk that he want to hold be me as can. He wanted to be with me, he want he can hug as much as he can.
He did not seemed nor sad. He just said we would get love as much that we can. Wether is today or a year or years. He was called and full loving.
He is so strong.
October 31, 2013