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August 06, 2010


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Mrs. Jackie Swenson


I am a two time Her2 breast cancer survivor (2003, 2007)as well as a two time brain tumor (Central Neurocytomas 1990, 2001)survivor. Happened to find this inspiring website through another bc support group member's website.

I am also a TWU alumni - 1986 MLS (Library Science) Additionally, my 87-year-old mother is a 12- year NHL survivor. So this blogg really attracted my attention.

I will visit it regularly and read the blogs as well as the resources. Was trained to be a medical librarian, but besides the internship at UTHSCD Library in 1986, I have not worked as a 'medical' librarian. Often hought I was fortunate to have the trainings, though, because 'knowledge is power'.

Best wishes to you, Pioneer Woman.

Another Pioneer woman

Mrs. Jackie Swenson

Oh, by the way, there's another coincidence - I had my Gamma-knife Radiosurgery at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas in spring, 2001.

Small world, isn't it? :)

Wendy Harpham, M.D.

Dear Mrs. Swenson,

Welcome aboard! I'll look forward to hearing your insights and advice from the perspective of a multi-time survivor, support person, bibliophile and librarian.

With hope, Wendy

Wendy Harpham, M.D.

Yes, smaller with every keystroke.
Great that you shared with the readers of this blog your experience with Gamma Knife Radiosurgery.
With hope, Wendy

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