My blog has been getting spammed every day. The junk messages don’t appear on the site, but they come to me via email, since I have the blog configured to wait for my approval before posting comments. Thanks to those spamming losers, I have shut off comments to all but registered users. I hope you’ll register and continue to post your comments and thoughts. If you have any trouble, please let me know.
I still stand by my opinion that spam would be of little vaule to the pond scum that send it if people refused to do business with them. Therefore, I think it’s the people who BUY their junk that we should be punishing (in addition to spammers). This is my idea for a nationwide public awareness campaign slogan and bumper sticker:
“Buy from a spammer, and go to the slammer!”
Amen, Amen on the spam issue, Beth. Concerning the fear of the SCT: I was a little apprehensive myself, but after speaking with the NP-Onc who is the coordinator of the program, most of the fears were alleviated. My oncology group does most of their SCT’s on an outpatient basis, but a full-time caretaker is necessary. So, they admitted me to Fairfax Hospital for 21 days. The whole procedure was textbook – and the remission has lasted just about a year now. My last BMB (last week) was entirely normal, all chemistries and CBC normal, UPEP normal, B2M and CRP normal, and
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