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Just call me a 'Rad Grad' or 'Completely Baked'

It’s done, it’s done, it’s done. My 20 sessions of Radiotherapy are complete and tomorrow we don’t have to take a 3 hour chunk out of our day to drive to Oxford to the Churchill Hospital. 749 more words

Breast Cancer

1 YEAR - 12 MONTHS - 365 DAYS - I'm still winning

1 YEAR – 12 MONTHS –  365 DAYS – 52 WEEKS – SEPT 14 – SEPT 15 – Large B Cell Mediastinal aggressive Lymphoma 

Diagnosis came – 172 more words

What a day!

Yesterday morning was a challenge for me. It was the first day of my radiotherapy and I think I had just been hanging on to get to this point since my diagnosis and agreement of treatment regime. 1,300 more words


Chapter 46 Exciting July/August 2015!

yeap July/August 2016… I am under the impression that home is a concept… I spent less than 2 weeks at home from July 1st till August 18th! 328 more words


Guest post: A son's perspective 'Cancer has changed you'

As we approach a milestone with Mum’s treatment (as I’m writing there are just two further radiotherapy treatments remaining) I can’t help but feel torn; on one hand the end of the radiotherapy signifies the end of a trying and emotional year, on the other there is the realisation that it is not a final moment, it will not be able to be put in a box and locked away. 795 more words

Breast Cancer

Hello again

I just thought I would write a little update as the break from posting has been rather longer than anticipated! We had a brilliant holiday in America – the road trip that we had hoped for and some very precious time with my sister and family – and have more experiences and memories to cherish from those two weeks. 567 more words


Facing Facts - Blog 19

This is possibly both one of the hardest and easiest blogs I have written so far. It comes from a place of both acceptance and anger but fundamentally still from my heart. 1,131 more words