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Documentation; 28/01/14

Unfortunately, I have not updates my blog that much over the Christmas break. I feel like this is a result of the fact that Substance took so much out of me, and felt like after I had put so much time and effort into it, my motivation fizzled out. 1,249 more words

Subject

The coolest thing I'll ever own! #cancerperk

The other day, whilst in the MRI machine, I had the most fantastic idea for a piece of artwork that I wanted to create – something personal and that I could use on those ‘shitty days’ as a bit of a motivator. 230 more words

Gari

Colouring in the Brain

How frustrating is it as a student when you’re trying to learn the different areas of the brain and it all looks the same? Each fissure is incredibly similar to the untrained eye. 193 more words

Research

Living in Nothingness

We emigrated from Cornwall to Australia when I was thirteen, and I came back here to die.

When I was twenty-four I got cancer and I was given four weeks to live. 891 more words

Cornwall

Colonoscopy

The doctor kept calm, but I was starting to worry, and I tried to downplay the significance of this to both myself and my wife. Anyway, he used his influence to get me into see a specialist, a gastroenterologist, who immediately organised a colonoscopy as soon as possible, at a reasonably local public hospital. 433 more words

Diagnosis