Great news today after what seems to have been the longest three weeks ever!!
After lots of worry and stress I finally had the best news today, the tumour is no longer reacting to chemo and I don’t need anymore! 109 more words
Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the developed world, and yet we are still in the dark ages when it comes to treating and understanding it. 1,771 more words
I think the start of every new stage is nerve-wracking! It was the start of 25 radiotherapy treatments. The regime consisted of one radiotherapy treatment a day on weekdays and to continue to take the same dose of chemo tablets (Capecitabine) on these days. 2,320 more words
That’s it… Been to my first photopheresis experience and it is not as unpleasant as I may have thought…
For the ones who know me in person, imagine me on a bed for more than 3 hours without moving my arms and listening to a machine extracting my cells to get a UV treatment! 84 more words
Firstly, I have to apologise for how long it has taken me to write a new blog post. Once I got into my final chemo round I really didn’t feel like writing it and am only really feeling ready to do so, now. 1,495 more words
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