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And the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.    -T.S.Eliot, Little Gedding


After various positions in the computer field in industry and higher education, I became director of the Administrative Computer Center at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, in 1989, my last and best job. 12 great years later, in 2000, I retired at age 67. To find out what I did after that click on the Peace Corps and New Journey buttons above .

August 2005, I was diagnosed with CIDP/AntiMAG IgM neuropathy or PDN. Two years later a diagnosis of indolent B-cell lymphoma and in 2008 atrial fibrillation was added. 7 years later advanced prostrate cancer was discovered already metastasized to bones and some organs. I started hormone treatment right away. It is working well. Life expectancy is between 2 and 4 years, could be longer.

Click on the round icon or on the CIDP button on the menu to the left to read my story.

To find more about this rare disease here are two links:

GBS/CIDP Foundation

Ken Sawyer’s+ Website

Last updated February 2016

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