Joe Paterniti – In Memoriam

Joe Paterniti (1969-2017) was a dedicated father and husband. He always put family first. He was an avid bike rider with his son. Joe and Dylan would ride for 30 miles, easily. If you ask…

Message from Jon

My next treatment starts tomorrow, Monday. Back to the Royal Free in London for round 3 of my battle with kidney cancer. Round 1 was the radical nephrectomy in 2013 in Oxford, and Round 2…

Living in the shadow…

Life is a little better. Jon remains in the constant shadow of the grim reaper and yet we find we’ve adjusted more to living in the moment and are both doing ok. The intense shock,…

The Lily Pad Walk

A cancer diagnosis changes everything, a stage four terminal diagnosis changes everything again. There is no control available, and there are no cures, only vague chances to extend life. For us, just now, it is…

Schrödinger’s Cat

My life on immunotherapy  After 9 months on Nivolumab it’s difficult to imagine a time before our fortnightly trips to London from Hereford, or even a time in the future without them.   In 2013 I…

Lawing to Present on Rare Kidney Cancer at…

KCCure Director of Outreach, Michael B. Lawing to present on RMC awareness. Michael B. Lawing, Director of Outreach, KCCure has been selected to participate in the Scientist <-> Survivor Program at the 11th AACR Conference…

Senate Passes FDA Bill

Shortly before the U.S. Senate left for an undeserved paid vacation, they passed a flurry of minor bills including funding for the Food and Drug Administration, the FDA Reauthorization Act, by a vote of 94-1,…