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Does Cancer Ever End?

If you break your leg, it’s annoying but it’s cast, it heals, then it’s over.  Becomes nothing more than a dinner party story about your teachers not believing you broke your leg playing football at break time and having to hobble about on it in huge amounts of pain all day (my husband, not me). 437 more words

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The Problem with NOT Losing Your Hair When You Have Cancer

Cancer, chemotherapy, hair loss.  Standard.  These three things appear to be inextricably linked which is strange because it’s not actually true.

There are hundreds of types of chemotherapy, all with different side-effects and hair loss is not always one of them.   515 more words

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Bowel Cancer Awareness Month - Day 18 - Know Your Colostomy from your Ileostomy

Day 17 – My DictiOSTOMY!

This is something that is commonly confused, especially by the media, so this is basically it in my version of a dictionary – … 250 more words

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Bowel Cancer Awareness Month - Day 14 - When I Knew Something Was Wrong and My Symptoms

Day 14 – When I Knew Something Was Wrong and My Symptoms

I will always remember the look on the colonoscopy consultant’s face when he told me he had found a tumour he believed to be cancerous. 474 more words

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Bowel Cancer Awareness Month - Day 13

Day 13 – Take Responsibility for Your Own Health

If you are unhappy with the direction your GP is taking, do not be nervous to ask for a second opinion or to push for a referral. 118 more words

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Bowel Cancer Awareness Month - Day 9

Did you know Oats are like natures natural loofa for your intestines? As the move through the intestine they gentler clean and drag toxins out with them making them great for a healthy bowel! 40 more words

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Bowel Cancer Awareness Month - Day 8 - The Truth of the Colonoscopy

A colonoscopy is a simple procedure where a tiny camera is inserted in to the colon so the doctor can see exactly what is going on in the large intestine. 620 more words

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