Tag archive: stem cells

What Has Taken Me By Surprise

Today I feel great except for a little soreness from using my upper muscles more than usual. I am not complaining. This is an unusual  thing about having more strength from my surgery. It’s there, but when I us it too much, which isn’t hard to do, I’m very sore. I can live with it…

My Husband Takes ALS Deal 100% With Me

Hello everyone… It’s been longer than I’d like since I last wrote. I’ve had a whole lot of nothing going on. As I’ve mentioned, I’m in the phase II stem cell trial and that means I may or may not have the surgery to inject the stem cells. There has been a lot of tests and a lot of hurry up…

The ALS Roller Coaster

I love roller coasters! I love them to slowly climb high and drop fast, upside down and with all kinds of unexpected twists and turns. I’m on one right now, but it’s no fun adrenaline rush. It has all I could ask for in a roller coaster. There is a big difference, this is real fear, real danger…

Stem Cell Study

What a day yesterday was! This has been the hardest blog post for me get going with. I’m just going to start right off with why. I am officially in the ALS phase II stem cell study at Emory. Even though I’m officially in the study, Dr. Glass made very sure I am aware that between now and…

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