Contact me

IMG_0810

email me at: beingcancer@att.net for off-post comments or for questions regarding T-PLL

*at least one reader from abroad (Australia) had difficulty sending to the above email address.  Alternate addresses are: dphealthcare@att.net and dennis.pyritz@att.net

Please feel free to comment on individual posts or feature pages.  This is what I want most for the blog – dialogue and community.

Share

Comments

Contact me — 73 Comments

  1. Hi Dennis,

    Wow, a male nurse who sets up such a nice forum for cancer survivors – mainly who happen to be women wanting to talk about this scary beast. Just stumbled into your site and like it.Especially touched by Andrea’s story on her fears; guess they’ll always be in the back of our mind. Anyway, would you look at my site and consider linking to it if you find it worthy? I’d be happy to do a guest blog for you if you’d want one. Am two years out (as of Saturday) from Triple Negative Breast Cancer. Am a long-time health writer – now what writer gets cancer,and doesn’t start a blog? LOL

    Best,
    Rachel

  2. Hi there,

    I came across your blog while looking for other people’s posts about the 12 days of Christmas for cancer sufferers for inspiration for my own post. You’ve got a great blog here, and I’m going to link to you on my site. Thank you, Andy.

  3. My husband is a non-Hodgkins Lymphoma survivor who was originally diagnosed in 2004. He now has chronic follicular lymphoma which is allegedly the “good kind” of cancer. YAY for us. I’ve been blogging for about 18 months, trying to put a good spin on this unexpected fork in our road. I’m not a doctor or a shrink. I’m a wife and caregiver who is documenting our journey down this forking road! Check out my blog and let me know if I’m worthy. http://www.theworldaccordingtoalexandra.com

  4. Great site and full of resources and personal blogs. If you would like to add another, I created one for my son who has Leukemia T-Cell All. I keep it updated with as much info as I can to hopefully help others parents in the same situation. If you want, check it out here: http://www.huntersheroes.org

    Thanks,
    Jesse

  5. Hello – I am a stage 3 colon cancer survivor and I wrote a book about my journey called: Towdah: A Cancer Survivor’s Song of Hope…it was published April 2012. I was wondering if you might invite me to be a guest blogger – check me out on my website.

  6. My so who is 12 yrs old has osteosarcoma, dx Jan 25, 2012, we started this website to keep our loved ones informed.Marko is a hockey goalie who is looking forward to getting back on the ice soon. I hope you can add my blog to your site.

  7. Hi, I’m a penile cancer survivor and the blog is the story in lay mans terms. For me Art and humor were and still are the two things that help(s) with my recovery from 2005 to today.
    All the best
    Denis

  8. I write a blog for my friend who was diagnosed with a rare, aggressive form of breast cancer this summer. Sadly, her mother found out a few months later that the sore spot in her breast was also cancer. The blog has grown to a chance to share the stories of both amazing women. thanks.

  9. Good afternoon! I was diagnosed with a malignant lemon-sized tumor on December 23, 2010 (just in time for the holidays!). I have been writing about my diagnosis, treatment, recovery…and whatever else comes to my damaged mind since then. I would be honored if you would visit.

    Garnet

  10. I have been blogging at: multiplemyelomastory.blogspot.com. I have a rare and aggressive form of multiple myeloma called plasma cell leukemia. I have written a book about my experiences as well. It is called:Goodbye Keanu. That is because after I was diagnosed I dreamt of Keanu Reeves every night! It is on Amazon.com for $1.99. I would love if anyone could review it for me. Thank you.

    • Dawn,
      Thanks for letting me know about your great blog. I have added you to the blog list and will be republishing your post on working and cancer. Hopefully you will see an increase in traffic. Keep up the great work. Take care, Dennis

  11. Hello there!

    What a tremendous resource you have provided here! I am a 35-years-young wife and mother of 2 toddlers who was diagnosed with stage 2b breast cancer 11 months ago. I’ve documented my treatment experiences and emotions on my blog titled, The Rack: Tales of a Breast Cancer Fighter. http://sromeronm.wordpress.com/
    I’d be honored to be linked on your list of breast cancer blogs.
    Keep fighting the good fight!

    • I have added you to the Breast blog list. Thanks for letting me know. I also reprinted one of your posts along with two links to your site. Hopefully, you’ll see an increase in traffic. I am trying to add a photo but am having issues with a recent software update.
      Take care, Dennis

Leave a Reply