Site Statistics – Holy Spam!

This is a lazy day post-wise. I have felt really tired and I don’t do my best writing when I’m tired. Reading when tired is also a big issue for a one-eyed man. So I am not ready to post next week’s discussion questions. I am enjoying the book. I think you will too. My new strategy is going to be to write the discussion questions and the discussion post a week ahead of time. When I have this week’s questions ready, I will post them on last Monday’s Book Club blog. I’ll let you know.

I hate to let a weekday go by without a new post. So this will be a short one. I’ll just post a few statistics for your consideration. The sheer number of spam comments continues to amaze me. My Azimet software does an excellent job of filtering them out. But I still have to go through and review, then trash them. Look for a good Guest Post tomorrow.

Blog Statistics: February 19 thru August 31st
Total visits: 14428
Number of posts: 97
Number of Pages: 11
Number of categories: 14
Number of tags: 60
Number of legitimate comments: 190
Number of spam comments: 3972
Cancer Blog Links views: 5075

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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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