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This Is What My Fear Looks Like

My fear is a little fat man in his 50s, dressed in a 1920’s suit complete with a vest and a time piece in a pocket. 713 more words


Five Days with Me, Myself and My Sewn Shut Eye

Almost exactly a year ago, I was healed from my eye cancer surgery and the subsequent chemo drops that ate away at my eyeball, and I was planning our trip to France. 1,314 more words

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Don’t You Dare Be Negative

Recently, I looked online at various cancer coping magazines and saw their submission guidelines for publishing. What I came across astounded me. Many websites that claim to be designed for people who are coping with cancer warn any potential contributors that they must be “… 813 more words


Run for Your Wife!

Today, with a due sense of trepidation, I hand my blog over to my wife Julie. She wrote this on Wednesday, after my 15-miler…

Today my husband ran 15 miles. 901 more words

CHECT donations

Scrolling through CHECT’s JustGiving page this morning, I was overwhelmed to see that people had made such generous donations to the charity in my name. One amazed me most though, someone had made a €50 donation anonymously after reading my… 67 more words


The infamous Facebook 'selfie'

So as I’m sure you’re all aware, Facebook has recently been taken over by countless make up free ‘selfies’ from females up and down the country and across the globe. 283 more words


Early detection of childhood eye cancer doesn't always improve survival, prevent eye loss

For the most common form of childhood eye cancer, unilateral retinoblastoma, shortening the time from the first appearance of symptoms to diagnosis of disease has no bearing on survival or stage of the disease, according to a study by researchers at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health in partnership with the Hospital Infantil de Mexico. 644 more words

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