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How did we find it?

All in the Eyes

The question we get asked most often is: how we found the tumour?

Back story

I was convinced there was a problem with Charlotte’s eyes and vision from early on and spent many hours staring at her face, studying photos and videos of her and Googling symptoms looking for answers and/or reassurance she was okay. 1,322 more words

Know The Glow

Eye Cancer Market to Witness Comprehensive Growth By 2023

The Worldwide Eye Cancer Market research report is growing with the rapid pace; mainly due the burgeoning Healthcare Sector. According to a recent study report published by the Market Research Future, The  909 more words

Roll on the birthday season.

Normally I prepare for my November birthday in about September. Buying little presents for myself to put away -which I never do – and thinking about which restaurant to spend the evening in. 931 more words

9 down - 17.2 to go!

I thought I’d better quickly write a blog as I’ve just gone live on my Virginmoneygiving page and I mentioned my blog on it. I thought if people think ‘oh I’ll give the blog a look’ and then see that I’m a lazy cow who hardly writes that often, they may equate that also to my running and decide not to sponsor me, as they can’t imagine me getting my fat lazy arse over the line. 698 more words

We have a tumour 

Wednesday 23rd August 2017

We live in the Midlands, the Black Country, before anyone thinks Birmingham, the borders are a big thing around here, for my family anywhere, more specifically, my mom, she hates anyone saying she’s from Birmingham ‘I’m from the Black Country not Birningham!!’. 1,198 more words

Slowly, Slowly

So slowly, slowly my sight is deteriorating. I know the signs that changes are happening now,  it is when I struggle to focus.  I find I can’t read without placing my hand over my bad eye. 705 more words

Cancer changed my priorities

Originally posted on No Sweat York, December 30, 2016

Three years ago, I was diagnosed with a rare form of eye cancer.

Then earlier this year, cancer struck again in a new form — breast cancer. 464 more words