Radiation Nation

Part I of the Video blog update…

Me waiting for the radiation guys to get me…

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10 thoughts on “Radiation Nation

  1. Elmer Armstrong says:

    Hi Jim:
    This is great, good luck to you, and maybe you can make a documantary of this some day.

    Elmer & Fran

  2. Rob says:

    James! It’s so good that you’re keeping in touch by document this. I hope others will see it and learn from your experience. Your the toughest of the tough. Keep on rollin’ and let me know if you need me for anything.
    Your pal,

  3. Rob says:

    Now laugh at my grammar : )

  4. Fri pm/Sat am

    Jaaaaamessss!!!! I thoroughly enjoyed your video blog just now. Well done! You make for a good host. I admire your strength and courage, btw. You are handling it all very well, indeedy.

    I will contact you in a sec via email.


  5. Marino Bologna says:


    We wish you the best and always thinking of you, hang in thier. And hear you soon.

    Marino, Amelia, Federica

  6. Joan and Bill Shine says:

    Jimmie (James), This is an excellent means of documenting what you are going through. You are just like a professional (acting career in the future?), and you are looking great, though we appreciate how these treatments make you feel. Again, we are so proud of you. You are such a great example of the attitude to keep when battling such a difficult disease. We love you and are thinking and praying for you. (By the way, when you take the nurses’ portraits, we are assuming that they will have their “normal nurse attire on”?).
    Aunt Joan and Uncle Bill

  7. Farah says:

    James! It’s so good to be able to see/hear how you’re doing, my friend. Really amazing that you’re documenting this – eye-opening for all of us who know you, and for those who don’t . Just watching this first episode, I learned something new about you, and a condition I thought I knew a lot about. Thank you.

    Can’t wait to see the nurses’ portraits!

    Keep the weblogs coming!


  8. JP Sevillano says:

    Hello James,
    I wish you a full recovery and thanks for sharing this so personal
    with us.
    I will keep you in my prayers and hope to see you soon back in the studio. 🙂

    keep us posted as we’ll be waiting to hear the latest.

    keep the faith.

    all the best


  9. Patty Soffer says:

    James, glad to be able to catch up, and I think about your recovery as bright and powerful. Those are some lucky nurses, and I am sure your raw emotion and raw materials will show up in a book very soon.

    xoxox and here’s to good health.


  10. Scott Armstrong says:

    Congratulations Jimmie James…Joan and Bill crack me up as I will now forever link you to the Beastie Boys. You’ve been on my mind a lot lately and in my family’s thoughts and prayers. I’m so glad that things are going well. You’re posts the other day reminded me that it had been almost exactly a year since I was diagnosed with Cancer. It made me very sad at first but then made me remember how lucky I have been. I’ve done two follow-ups now and all is clear which I’m sure is the path you’re headed down. I only had to deal with 3 weeks of low level RAD therapy so I can’t imagine the irritation you must have gone through. You’re a trooper and I can’t wait hear the good news in the future. LIVESTRONG!!!

    Your Cousin…Scott Armstrong

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