Category Archives: cancer

Rehoboth Beach Half Marathon & Marathon

What a great weekend I had at the Rehoboth Beach Half Marathon & Marathon! I opted to run the half since I haven’t had enough training volume due to chemo treatments. And I had never run this race which made it a fun adventure on race day. For me, there’s something to be said for [...]
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Video Shoot Recap!

On Monday November 28th we opened our doors to a small army of people inclusive of marketing representatives, a film producer, and a band of video, sound, and production guys. We began filming at 8 AM at our house where my wife and I talked about my leukemia story and its impact on our lives. [...]
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2016 Philly Marathon and Half Marathon Weekend

Congrats to all marathon, half marathon, and 8k finishers in Philly this year. I can speak from personal experience the conditions for Saturday’s 13.1 were beautiful. I had a great run with my buddy Derek as we took in the sights and sounds of Philly and crossed the finish line with a robust “high-5”! It [...]
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Big Climb Philly 2017 Registration OPEN

One of the best events I did in 2016 was the Big Climb Philly that took us up 43 floors of the Comcast Building to a breathtaking view of the Philly skyline. I will absolutely be back in 2017! Register Today for Big Climb Philly MAY 13, 2017 ONE COMMERCE SQUARE 2005 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19103 CLICK HERE TO [...]
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Which Way is Life Podcast Interview

Back in September I did an interview for the RadioMD podcast “Which Way is Life?”. You can check it out here. Realize though that when we did this in September I was still undergoing treatment. As we all now know; I am FREE and CLEAR of disease and treatments are all DONE. Which Way is Life Which [...]
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2016 NYC 26.2 and Grassroot Soccer (and Shep)

So, here’s the thing… For the past 7 years I have raced the NYC marathon with my good buddy Ethan Zohn in support of his charity Grassroot Soccer. A mutual friend introduced Ethan and I in 2009 knowing that we each shared a blood cancer diagnosis and we were both former soccer goalkeepers. What makes this [...]
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Who Knew

Chronic lymphocytic leukemia is a very slow moving disease. So much so that people can be diagnosed in the very early stages but not need treatment for years. When I was diagnosed 10 years ago the disease could have been progressing for years prior to detection. One of the first questions that my doctor asked [...]
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Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation Patient Conference

On Sunday October 30th I will be speaking at a patient conference held by the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation and hosted by Columbia University. My presentation on Sunday is entitled “Living Above Chronic Cancer” and will focus on some keys and critical choices that I’ve made in ten years of living with chronic lymphocytic leukemia [...]
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I’m All DONE

I am extremely happy to say that I am all finished with my chemo treatments!!! I had my check up this morning and the decision to stop was a pretty easy one. My labs all came back normal and my lymph nodes have all returned to normal size. There is no reason to continue. I [...]
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It’s a Feeling

When you live with a chronic disease like leukemia you have very heightened intuition. You develop a honed sense of self and learn how to analyze and differentiate between the little systemic bugs, chinks, and cliches that “normal” people face, and those that may be disease related. That skill becomes more advanced the longer you [...]
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