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One Year On

This is just a quick blog………..So a year ago today I was in intensive care after having major surgery to remove my lymph nodes in my Para Aorta that the cancer had spread too, after my first 10 weeks of chemotherapy. 339 more words


Fighting the Big C

Everyone of us has known, at least, one person who has suffered from cancer, whether it’s a loved one, a friend, a neighbor, a co-worker, someone who has served you,..any one. 235 more words

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The Hour After The "C" Word

It was the hour after I first heard the “c” word. The doctor seemed so confident in his conclusion that the lump was breast cancer. I reminded myself there was still the possibility that he was wrong. 367 more words


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CANCEROctober is the Month that we remember those who suffer from Breast Cancer and as Christians we pray for them to have God's healing and assurance of His Love. Debbie like Patty, and myself and many others, have come up real close to the Big C and today I would like to share Debbie's story and give Thanks for her Trust and dependence on our Faithful God of Love and Compassion. Debbie has now shared the ending of her Story this is her Link below. Debbie M 3Debbie's Cancer - https://snowdrops4faith.wordpress.com/2015/10/15/how-the-story-ends/ Thank you Debbie -Christian Love from both of us - Anne.

The Big C - Release Day

Six weeks after my father passed away I discovered the lump in my breast. I was terrified as I’m embarked on the road of cancer treatment, but it’s amazing what you can get used to. 108 more words

New Release

The Big C - available for preorder

For those who do not know, I’m a breast cancer survivor. This is my story, probably the most difficult story I’ve ever written. I wrote it one afternoon in Starbucks – sat down with my tablet and lost myself in my memories, starting with the day my father passed away, through finding my lump, and going through treatment. 78 more words


Me Me Me Part 2

So I was told I had cancer and I clearly don’t do things by halves as it had to be a rare one too…….Brilliant!  My care immediately got transferred to Charring Cross in London under a specialist team. 1,189 more words