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|12/18/2014 4:07:54 PM - craig
clint, just saw your video for MAW ebook. always love you enthusiasm and delivery. but way more important wondering how you are feeling? last we heard you were gonna start chemo tx for your UC. how are you doing? we'll keep you in our prayers.
I hope that you picked up the books, I got all three!
Tomorrow I will start Week 13 of Chemo and I wish that I could say that I felt amazing. I have a lot of pains through my bones, I'm exhausted most days and my liver values are sky high. The chemo is chemo and it does exactly what chemo does...three doses per week.
What I can say is that everything else that I was suffering from has doggone all but gone! Food nausea, diarrhea, allergies to foods, swelling in my joints, etc...gone. I do still have a few skin issues here and there but I'm not THAT worried about them as I'm holding off on a few injections that are supposed to fix them till I can get my liver values "stable".
My training has been greatly scaled back to 3 days per week but I can actually "make progress" this way. I've been blessed with knowing enough ways to manipulate my own training so that it at least appears that I'm making progress.
Thanks for the message Craig!
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