As many of you know, Robert Jordan is sick with a rare blood disease, amyloidosis. He has recently undergone chemotherapy and is not recovering. Through the process, he has updated his blog periodically and now has a bit of a summary of it all from when he first noticed symptoms of the disease, through diagnosis and treatment, to his current state of recover (hopefully fully).
Anyway, he has a tremendous attitude (I doubt I could be so positive if it were me) and I wish him and his family the best. His latest blog is a good read and it’s nice to see that he has decided to champion amyloidosis and improve diagnosis by general practitioners.
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