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The Top 5 Things About Going Toe-to-toe with Death

In Spring, 2006, I was diagnosed with Stage II melanoma. Ten hours of surgical procedures and weeks of rehab later, I went back to work. In August, … [Read Discussion Topic...]

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End Polling Now!

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Cargo Shorts are Brilliant

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Melanoma: It Started with a Freckle – Preface Excerpt

It occurred to me that perhaps it would be a good idea to include a section from the preface. The truth, however, is that I … [Read More...]

Melanoma: It Started with a Freckle – Chapter 3 Excerpt

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