Category Archives: Tennessee

AtomicTumor:

AtomicTumor, My heart goes out to you in ways I am not even close enough to a good enough writer to convey to you. Your loss is my loss and everyone who ever passionately loved someone’s loss. I wish I … Continue reading

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Your Prayers are Most Needed

As I mentioned last week, prior to our world falling apart over here, AtomicTumor‘s wife, BJ, has been suffering from a septic infection. As this week has gone on, it has been discovered to be, as I suspected, as an … Continue reading

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My Heart Goes Out to AtomicTumor

AtomicTumor, from my old hometown, Oak Ridge, Tennessee (well, I am from Knoxville, but they are absolutely right on top of each other) is blogging his heart out, as his wife is currently going through a horrifying battle with septicemia. … Continue reading

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Staph infects 45 in Nashville, TN

At least 45 students in Sumner, Rutherford and Franklin, TN counties have been diagnosed with Staphylococcal infections in the past couple of weeks – the Rutherford county students had MRSA, the antibiotic resistant bacteria. All schools began a daily program … Continue reading

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Brandon Stafford’s MRSA Story

Brandon, a 2 yr old boy is discovered to have a CA-MRSA infection after a fall. From the Missouri News Tribune: On May 4, two-year-old Brandon Stafford of Jefferson City was happily bouncing up and down on a trampoline while … Continue reading

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