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The Finish Line.

It’s been nearly two months since my last blog post. Whoops. So, I’d better pick things up again with something good.

I’ve had a lot of time to think about things in general since my last post, as I’ve slipped into employment (part-time, but being in work 4 or 5 days a week nonetheless) and attempted to find some sort of comfort in ‘adult’ life (I’m still living at home, but eh. 769 more words

Cracked Science Video 4: Irreproducible

We often hear the science corrects itself in the long run, but how efficient is this mechanism? Jonathan Jarry reports that reproducibility in the scientific literature is not always a given. 33 more words


Medal for dog that sniffs out cancer: Daisy the Labrador has helped find disease in 551 patients 

This talented dog can sniff out cancer and had even detected her owner’s undiagnosed tumour.

Meet Daisy, a ten-year-old Labrador, has now been awarded a medal for her life-saving work. 404 more words


Show me how to pray...

Jesus you rule.

I am so glad.
Lord you know everything.
I have only experienced the tip of the iceberg.
You made the entire universe. 168 more words

Tumour - 13th September

Stomach has shrunk! I feel better – more mobile and energetic.

© Freya Pickard 2014

Freya Pickard

Boy has massive tumour removed after 12-hour surgery

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — An 11-year-old Mexican boy who had been suffering from a massive tumour and who drew international attention after U.S. Homeland Security Investigations helped him get treatment in New Mexico had the growth removed after a long surgery, a New Mexico church said Tuesday. 287 more words


I failed an appointment but all is not what it seems.

I am a strong advocate if the National Health Service (mainly because it has kept me alive this long), however last weekend my patience was tested to the limit. 661 more words