Monthly Archives: September 2017

Glass More Than Half Full

I was being a little more reflective than usual on my run the other day. During that reflection I realized that I’ve had a fair share of little bugs that needed repair over the last 14 months. Some bugs were smaller than others, and some perhaps not that small at all in comparison. As I [...]
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Dear Younger Steve

A few messages I’d like to relay back to my much younger self. I have a feeling some may be pretty universal… There is no always and there is no never Nobody owes you a thing Take that risk and don’t be afraid to fall flat on your face Be respectful of everyone around you as you never know [...]
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Carpal Tunnel Take 2

So here’s a funny little story… you might recall that I had carpal tunnel release surgery on my left hand back in December. Well, my right hand apparently has gotten very jealous and wants in on the action. I’m not surprised as I knew both hands had very similar test results. So, long story short [...]
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IM Lake Placid 70.3 Recap

Greetings! I went a little dark immediately following the Lake Placid race but thought it was appropriate to share a quick update of my race with you. First of all – I’m ok. But I did have a disappointing day. The cold water temps and even colder air temps at the start presented a lot of [...]
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Happy Blood Cancer Awareness Month!

September is blood cancer awareness month. Blood cancers are cancers of the blood, bone marrow or lymph nodes that affect normal blood cell production or function. Today, nearly 1.3 million people in the United States are living with, or are in remission from, leukemia, lymphoma or myeloma. Blood cancer can affect anyone, at any time. There is [...]
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FDA Approves Immunotherapy for Blood Cancer Patients

Today heralds a new era in cancer treatment with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of a new, cutting-edge gene therapy that reprograms a patient’s immune system to find and kill cancer cells. This highly personalized therapy known as Kymriah (previously CTL019 or tisagenlecleucel-T) signifies the promise of CAR (chimeric antigen receptor) [...]
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Tommy John Ad Graphic

I recently helped out Tommy John by contributing to one of their ad graphics. Check out my “expert” tip below. And just who or what is Tommy John besides a retired baseball pitcher who has an elbow surgery named after him? Glad you asked. Visit tommyjohn.com for more.
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