Comment issues

I spent much of a rainy Sunday afternoon browsing other cancer blogs.  I was really amazed at the breadth and scope of the dialogue, at the quality of writing, and perhaps most at the grand sense of humor that I found.  I left messages at most of them as well as an invitation to visit this site.  I was truly excited then by the highest turnout yet for my blog – 62 visits!

I did find out though that there was trouble with my software or server.  It is not possible to view my pages containing information about me, my disease, and this site.  Nor does it seem possible to view individual posts and leave comments.  Although with this site you need to register first with WordPress by clicking the “Register” button in the “Meta” section in the right column.  When I decided to host this blog, my first, I don’t think I knew what I was getting into technically. I use WordPress software, Fetch FTP software, and Laughing Squid in San Francisco as my server.  I am in the center of the country in Indianapolis. I will be working on these technical issues today (after my two granddaughters get picked up later).

In the meantime please feel free to contact me if you like at beingcancer@att.net

Dennis

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About Dennis Pyritz

Dennis W. Pyritz, RN, BA, BSN, has been a cancer nurse since 1987 and a cancer and bone marrow transplant survivor since 2004. In December 2001 he was diagnosed with t-cell prolymphocytic leukemia (T-PLL), a rare aggressive form of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). Dennis was treated with the then new monoclonal antibody, alemtuzumab (Campath) as this disease has a median survival of 7.5 months. He achieved a 26 month remission but relapsed in February 2004. He was retreated with Campath and went into a second remission. In August 2004 he underwent an allogeneic peripheral blood stem cell transplant with his brother, Mark, as donor. Dennis has remained in remission since - a near miracle. Throughout his career as cancer nurse and patient, Dennis has had the opportunity to speal to both lay and professional groups. Dennis has spoken on cancer topics and survival issues across the country as well as in the United Kingdom, Norway, Austria, Portugal, Honduras, Panama, Guatemala, Trinidad, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Cyrpus, Israel, and India.

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Comment issues — 1 Comment

  1. Hi Dennis
    Good to see your comment page is now functioning… I have been busily reading your entries and those must have been very overwhelming days not just for you but your whole family…

    And thanks for stopping by my blog…:) Alicia…

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