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It feels like a dream

I’m in a movie scene

A gown of blue

Sterilized, not new

A sharp prick

The nurse works quick

The IV drips slowly… 131 more words


From the heart

This blog is close to home and very personal, but I want others to be aware and not afraid. Cancer affects not only the person suffering but friends, family and everyone around you. 1,630 more words

3-year-old with disfiguring facial tumour receives life-changing surgery

It was the surgery a three-year-old girl’s parents from Brazil pleaded for in order to remove a massive tumour from their child’s face. And one month later, the surgical procedure was deemed a success. 225 more words


Tina Tumour

My story,

It’s not as dark as you will originally think, Its actually kinda funny.

I have the tendency to react to bad news extremely poorly, by poorly I mean I show little or no reaction. 3,310 more words


An Interview With p53: A Celebrity In The Cancer World

Well, as you might have guessed by now, I am a bit fascinated with p53. So, I took some time out and built myself a machine that shrunk me down to the molecular level, with the help of my good friends… 925 more words


Bye Bye Tumour

Later that day, I think about the shock of being told I have cancer and the best possible result of my scans. For a bad situation, it doesn’t get any better than this. 459 more words


Pakistani boy back from the brink, with help from strangers

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

The little boy was barely clinging to life when he arrived in Singapore from Pakistan in an air ambulance three months ago. 623 more words

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