neutropenic Alex's online moblog

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Hello friends. This is My "moblog". I will try to update it everyday, from my lovely hospital bed.
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Why eat bacon....?

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When you can eat FRAZZELS (crispy bacon corn snack) they even look like
rashes of bacon. And are suitable for vegetarians.HeheWell im still here in hospital
Having my 4 dose of horse magic!
One more tomorrow, then on wednesday i have the cells back..... Which
might i add are american!
Im a lil bit american (im not meant to know, and im sure one of my
doctors is reading this.... Dammit)Maybe george bush?
Then i will become evil and stupid ...... And look like a monkey!!!!Iv had odd reaction to the horse stuff. First night (friday) i had them,
i shiverd and shiverd and sweated all night..... Nasty.
Next day my feet swole up
Next day i had rashes (not of the bacon kind) all over my body, same
today.Nice :)The guy in the bed next to me (mike) as ALL (the leukaemia i have, too)
he was diagnosed about 3 weeks ago.
Hes 21.
Really cool bloke
So all the best to him, i've tried to be helpful.Dammit man he had a 6 pack n muscles before.
Hes the kinda guy i would have hated at primary school, i wana dam 6
Sigh.....The Frazzles were from him. And well yummy too.Hes on steroids and the mo, so is always hungry, so i got me and him
free passes to go to the hospital restaurant n got a big free fried full
english breakfast each!
He had 2 rashes of bacon, 2 sausages, fried bread, hash browns, fried
tomatoes and scrambled egg.
Sweet thats the way to do it.
Sadly they didn't have baked beans aswell, or black pudding.Hehe you might notice im a bit on the food thing too. Im on steroids
too....... Bummer to stop me reactioning to the horse stuff n the new
Though im not fat!.......... Yet
25th Sep 2006, 21:56   comments (4)


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Welcome to another week or so in hospital with Alex Saville.This time im have a "Top Up" of cells, from my donor.
Then hopefully that could be the end of this silly treatment iv had this
year.Oh and its exactly a year ago that i was diagnosed...... Today! Happy
birthday alex..... Well happy birthday leukaemia..... Well i dont have
leukaemia ....... So happy birthday world.Anyway, this treatment consists of the nurses transfusing ALG (an
antibody, from a horse!)
This will supress my T-cell lyphocytes (so that they do not reject the
new donor cells)Then on the 27th of september the cells will come. Il have them, then
hopefully in few day i can go home, wiv a bulky bone marrow! And not
need bloody transfusion the whole time.Haha "bloody transfusions" (of blood) hehe i didn't mean to be so clever
when i wrote it, but it seems i am.Anyway see you lot round
The ALG is likely to give me the shivers, but there are other side
effects, just hope i dont get them
22nd Sep 2006, 13:04   comments (12)

Hehe i was on tv

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With ulreka johnson too! She stroked my hair.
Use to fancy her when she presented gladiator. I was pretty young then.They might put the blog on the bbc website! Wow then i would get soooo
many hits (and i could plug studlondon)
14th Sep 2006, 13:02   comments (9)


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13th Sep 2006, 21:21   comments (6)

Im on tv tomorrow!

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If you live in uk (i think u can watch it on the net too) im on bbc 1?
Or 2? Sometime between 10-11amOn "city hospital"Hehe watch it.....They'll show my transplant video diaryHeheWish me luckAlex saville
13th Sep 2006, 16:40   comments (19)


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finished yet. but have a look
8th Sep 2006, 18:04   comments (5)


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5th Sep 2006, 19:22   comments (4)


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hehe i spent my weekend in hospital remixing songs i likei got home last night, but was to tired to bloggo on
/> its a remix of the new
strokes song i did.
5th Sep 2006, 18:09   comments (4)