Like John Sergeant midway through his Strictly Paso Doble or David Moyes standing in Manchester United’s dugout on a Saturday afternoon, there are times when we’ve all wondered if we are actually doing the right thing. 581 more words
Tags » Blood Cancer
Here is a picture of Gaurav with Rhiane, another child who desperately needs a bone marrow transplant.
Gaurav was running a temperature and sick earlier this week, so we had to do the usual: take him into Birmingham Children’s Hospital for 48 hours on intravenous antibiotics. 1,006 more words
it's amazing how insignificant we all are, yet we can still play a part to better this soft and broken, but beautiful world.
i have been trying to focus for the longest time now but i guess it’s just not working anymore. probably because it started snowing again in WordPress (yay for virtual snow even though there’s plenty out in MTL these days), and who doesn’t like snow that stays pretty and doesn’t get gross? 266 more words
Melbourne: Australian scientists say they have discovered a ground-breaking technique for treating aggressive forms of leukaemia.
The medical researchers at Melbourne-based Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre have found a double-barrelled approach which would hopefully lead to long-term survival of those suffering from the blood cancer, according to a media report. 212 more words
Guest Blog: How TNT & Blood Cancer Affected My Life – Carol Epstein, Team In Training (TNT) Lavaman mentor
What would make a baby boomer devote seven years to endurance athletics and prompt them to raise over $31,000 for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society ( 560 more words