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or a young woman's journey through breast cancer

Happy New Year 2015

I know, I know...we are well into January and I should have done this earlier. The truth is, as last year didn't particularly start well (I was hospitalised first weekend of Jan), I wanted to wait to make sure all... Continue Reading →

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The highs and lows of 2014

2014 is drawing to a close and it's been a bumpy year. It started quite badly with my first real hospitalisation since I have been diagnosed, and the discovery that I had mets in my lungs and therefore was no... Continue Reading →

Needle this, Needle that…

or the Power of Acupuncture.Those who have been following me for a while will know that I am not a spiritual person. I am firm atheist (sorry if that offends you) and have strong beliefs in science and technology. The... Continue Reading →

Life as I know it

A good soul just reminded me that it had been a while since I had posted. Last time (June 2014), I had just gotten the news that my new meds combo (Letrozole/Femara + Zoladex) was doing the tricks in keeping... Continue Reading →

Relieved…

First of all, I want to thank all the kind people who sent me their best wishes, positive thoughts and prayers yesterday when I had a wobble. It means a lot and it helps I can promise you. Second of... Continue Reading →

Scared…

Today I am getting my results from my last CT. Today I will know if the last six months of new meds have done their job. Today, for the first time since I have started this roller-coaster of tests and... Continue Reading →

The 6 months check

It has been roughly six months since my last post...sorry about that. I needed to not think about it too much whilst I was waiting for the time for my check up scan. What has happened in six months? Well,... Continue Reading →

Sucker Punched

***Warning: swearing involved in this post *** I had my full chest/pelvic area CT scan done last week and my bone scan was yesterday. In between my radioactive dye injection and the scan, my oncology team had booked me in... Continue Reading →

What the Blood Doctor said…

I went for my first post pulmonary embolism (PE) follow up yesterday. Since my hospitalisation I have been on Clexane 120mg which I have to inject daily in my belly fat (believe, there is plenty to go around there, thankfully).... Continue Reading →

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