Yearly Archives: 2014

Cancer facts

Cancer facts from Cancer Research UK • Every two minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with cancer • More than one in three people in the UK will develop some form of cancer • Half the people diagnosed with

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Citizen Science – Cancer Games

As someone who got hooked on Candy Crush Saga while I was going through my cancer treatment, I’ve recently come across two ‘games’ from Cancer Research UK-  part of the Citizen Science project. Download these games to your smartphone

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This time last year … chemotherapy

… I was bald and going through chemo. I took the decision to shave my head in preference to the rapidly thinning look, which was not a good one and felt sooo much better for it.  It is scary but it

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In The News: Yes I have incurable breast cancer …

Article in the Independent this week: Yes I have incurable breast cancer but this is only part of my story – please don’t write me off just yet. There’s much that can be done for cancer these days – even

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Book: Radical Remission

Nine factors that can lead to a spontaneous remission from cancer—even after conventional medicine has failed. Diet Health Intuition Herbs & Supplements Suppressed Emotions Positive Emotions Social Support Spiritual Connection Reasons to live

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Book: There’s Something I’ve Been Dying To Tell You

I’m sure you can’t have missed the news of Lynda Bellingham’s death earlier this week.  Her autobiography is a courageous tale of her journey from the shock of a terminal diagnosis to making the most of the time she had left.

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Thank you for visiting my site and I hope you’ll also purchase the book or let others know about it. I wrote it as a result of my own journey from diagnosis of breast cancer through treatment and into recovery

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