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Saturday, August 7, 2010

Club Chemo

Eunice told me something interesting the other day. She’s tired of chemo. She has chemo fatigue. Two more cycles seems like a long time. She is suffering from her own fatigue; the daily grind of my treatments, side effects, diet, and so on. She needs Club Chemo.

At Club Chemo all-inclusive resorts she’ll enjoy an unforgettable experience that allows her and other families, couples or solo patients to experience fun, exotic cuisine, adventure and luxury chemotherapy. She’ll discover the elegance of Club Chemo and its customized treatment programs run by specialists in the art of chemotherapy. They welcome the major names in health insurance with the very best in treatments all of which have been created especially for the patient and their significant others. Why not experience sensational moments with rare drugs and essential poisons, and a multitude of other benefits in an environment devoted exclusively to future well-being? Fitness areas will welcome Eunice, me, and you for daily classes depending on the prescribed treatment program. And remember, because Club Chemo uses dangerous drugs, reducing its carbon footprint is a major concern. All their values are in the right place.

Hopefully just thinking about Club Chemo makes Eunice feel better.

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