Monthly Archives: January 2018

Obituary: Dr Eleanor Rose Comyn-Clarke

I would not have known about this only for a friend Esther gets the Meath Chronicle at a local shop in Upper Baggot Street, Dublin 4.  John Donohoe, News Editor, Meath Chronicle, kindly sent me this by email and said … Continue reading

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Quotations: New Year 2018. (Illness and grief determines I revert to old files and herein are the quotations I selected December 15th 2001)

via Quotations: New Year 2018. (Illness and grief determines I revert to old files and herein are the quotations I selected December 15th 2001)

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Quotations: New Year 2018. (Illness and grief determines I revert to old files and herein are the quotations I selected December 15th 2001)

  WE SHALL NOT CEASE FROM EXPLORATION AND THE END OF ALL OUR EXPLORING WILL BE TO ARRIVE WHERE WE HAVE STARTED AND KNOW THE PLACE FOR THE FIRST TIME T.S. ELIOT – THE FOUR QUARTETS    Christmas 2001 – … Continue reading

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1993-2018 Traumatic brain injury & memory deficits; Bipolar; Anxiety; ECT; Chronic Fatigue to diagnosis 2017 of Breast Cancer – a journal because I recall little of all this

via Nietzche ‘He who has the why to live can bear almost any how’ co Morbidities: is there a better way?

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The Future of Cancer Treatment Is Personalized and Collaborative

In an interview at Singularity University’s Exponential Medicine in San Diego, Richard Wender, chief cancer control officer at the American Cancer Society, discussed how technology has changed cancer care and treatment in recent years. Source: The Future of Cancer Treatment Is … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Chapter 4: New Year’s Day 2018: Eleanor Rose Clarke (Comyn) was buried in the Comyn grave in Bishop’s Quarter, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare. Unable to attend (undergoing treatment for breast cancer) I was there in L’Esprit

  THE BURREN, BISHOP’S QUARTER See the sullen sweeps of Burren Bend to meet the moody sea Down below a stud valley Which is always home to me. Men of kindness and of courage Sons of centuries toil Coaxing out … Continue reading

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