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Tom Harris
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To Bed, Perchance to Sleep
According to an article on the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's website, a person with MS is up to three times more likely to experience sleep disturbances than the general population, and nearly twice as likely to get a reduced quality of sleep. In a ...
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The Resident Journal
This is the current issue of The Resident Journal, minus the pictures. Chuck Baston, a Covenant Woods' resident, came up with the idea, and I was recruited to be the editor. The Resident Journal , a monthly - more or less - has been printing the work of Cov...
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A Public Private Moment
I wrote this in June 2011. I don't remember the incident, but it must have grabbed my attention at the time. "Have you?" the man yelled. "I don't have you. I share you." He was in our backyard, near the neighbor's fence. A woman stood a few feet from him. H...
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Pop?
Alisha, the activities director, asked me to play Reader's Digest editor and condense an article on spring health tips she'd found on the web. She needed a few paragraphs for the monthly calendar. "Can you work your magic with this?" she asked, handing the ...
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Tom, Urine Trouble Now
Back on February 27, I saw Dr. Verson, my neurologist, to discuss my Ocrevus experience. The doctor had all the details of my visit, a week earlier, to the John B. Amos Cancer Center for my first infusion of the first drug approved for the treatment of prim...
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Notes from the Home - February 21, 2018
I went to the Amos Cancer Center, Tuesday, to get my first infusion of Ocrevus. I left there not quite fully infused. Last year, Ocrevus became the first drug approved for treating primary-progressive Multiple Sclerosis. Late last summer, Dr. Verson ordered...
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I went to the Amos Cancer Center, Tuesday, to get my first infusion of Ocrevus. I left not quite fully infused. Last year, Ocrevus became the first drug approved for treating primary-progressive Multiple Sclerosis. Late last summer, Dr. Verson ordered some ...
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What Would Granddad Think?
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never knew either of my grandfathers; they both died before I came along.
Nonetheless, I often find myself thinking about my dad’s father these days. My
grandfather was an extraordinary letter writer, and the letters he wrote to Dad
in 1942 and 1943 are a...
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Curmudgeon's Day
Monday is Curmudgeon's Day, and I plan to properly celebrate the occasion. Oh, yes, I’ll be
cantankerous, Nasty, mean and
rancorous. My words will all be
slanderous; My attitude so awfully cancerous. And I’ll be feeling rapturous. Telling folks they look ca...
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