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Regarding the ACIP meeting taking place in Atlanta on Thursday, February 26th

Posted on Feb 26, 2015 in Blog

What you will see below, is a blog post that I wrote.  I was asked by a fellow passionate vaccine advocate Christine Vara, with Shot of Prevention, to conduct a blog post pertaining to the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices meeting determining if the new Meningitis B vaccine would be recommended on immunization schedules.  And, ...

Washington D.C. with Anne Geddes

Posted on Feb 11, 2015 in Blog
Washington D.C. with Anne Geddes

This past January, I had the opportunity to fly out to Washington D.C. with my mother, to celebrate Anne Geddes’ accomplishments on her campaign Protecting Our Tomorrows.  Anne became an advocate for meningococcal disease and the damaging affects it can have on any person.  For those who are unaware, meningitis typically kills within 24 hours ...

Goodbye 2014!

Posted on Jan 2, 2015 in Blog
Goodbye 2014!

Wow.  What a great year it has been, and how quickly it went by too.  As the year ends, it’s only natural to reflect on the year and consider the accomplishments we have prevailed through.  For myself, the most significant event that took place in 2014 was in February when I met the world-renowned photographer ...

Almost Thanksgiving!

Posted on Nov 21, 2014 in Blog
Almost Thanksgiving!

Hello followers!! What a worlds win life it has been for the past couple of years!  Thank you for always keeping in touch and seeing what I am up to nowadays.  My apologies for the delay on my postings and lack of continuous updating, but I promise that I’m planning to reattribute my focus on ...

Long overdue update

Posted on Feb 6, 2012 in Blog
Long overdue update

Hello consistent readers! Excuse the delay with this post, but there is much to update on.  Currently I am in school and taking a class in Personal Relationships at UT here in Austin.  It’s good to be back on campus again since I took this past semester off for traveling and cycling.  And boy, that ...

Challenged Athletes Foundation – San Diego Triathlon

Posted on Nov 4, 2011 in Blog
Challenged Athletes Foundation – San Diego Triathlon

On Sunday, October 23 the La Jolla Cove was transformed as it hosted the best day in triathlon for  The Challenged Athletes Foundation. More than 200 challenged athletes, kids and permanently injured military personnel participating alongside 500+ able-bodied athletes, celebrities, sports legends and professional athletes  took on the new “challenge distance” triathlon with a 1 ...

Confederation of Meningitis Organisation Conference – Paris, France

Posted on Oct 20, 2011 in Blog
Confederation of Meningitis Organisation Conference – Paris, France

Well, I realize it’s been a while since we’ve posted but needless to say we’ve been quite busy.  Although there is so much so say it will be all in due time.  What I will do is start with the CoMO Conference in Paris, France and I will work backwards – one post at a ...

december time!

Posted on Dec 8, 2009 in Blog

Hey everyone its Jamie, writing you another blog post. Well its December and I can’t believe how fast it came. It’s silly to think that this summer, i was hoping for it to be December because thats how long I was told, that it would take to independent. I now go and study at coffee ...

Thank you!

Posted on Nov 16, 2009 in Blog

So, on Saturday, November 7, we had our first fundraiser and it was a huge success. We don’t know exactly how much we raised, but it was a lot. Maybe I’ll post the final amount, when we finally compile the numbers…. It’s not that it’s a complicated calculus, its that now that we’re done with ...

One Year Later

Posted on Nov 14, 2009 in Blog

One year has passed since Roni rushed Jamie to the hospital because she was having a severe asthma attack. It has been a long, arduous, inspiring, exhausting, heart-wrenching and difficult year for Jamie. Still, knowing how close we got to losing Jamie, we can’t be anything other than happy with where we are. Jamie wasn’t ...