What Is This Place

Hi there.

My name is Tony. I was diagnosed with Leukemia on June 1st, 2012.

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This blog is a space to vent, open up, explain, and otherwise talk about leukemia, and what it means for my life.

I’m a 27 year old male from New York. I was training for a triathlon this year. I snowboard, I lift weights, I read, and I play video games. Such will be the topics I talk about.

I update at least once a day, Monday through Friday. Don’t forget to subscribe – sometimes I’ll be updating on the weekends as well.

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5 comments

  1. Tony,

    I came across your blog from a friend’s post on facebook and I just want to say that you are inspiring! I wish you the best with everything.

    Megan

    1. Thanks Megan, I appreciate that 🙂 Not trying to be an inspiration, just trying to get through this little road bump how I get threw the rest of life; open and honestly.

  2. TONY,
    AS A FATHER OF A 10 YEAR OLD SURVIVOR I UNDERSTAND EVERYTHING YOU ARE GOING THROUGH. I’M A FAN OF YOUR BLOG NOW. I WISH YOU THE BEST AND NEVER FORGET THAT GOD IS IN CONTROL! GOD BLESS YOU!

  3. Hey tony. I just wanted to say thankyou for your posts. You have given me some hope. My name is Amanda and I am 28 years old. I was diagnosed with AML in October and it has spread to my spinal cord. The doctors aren’t giving me much hope. I just wanted to let you know that you sharing your story has encouraged me.

    1. Remember that no matter what, people have survived against all odds before, and will again in the future. I wish you all the best of luck. Eff cancer.

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