It sounds like a holiday destination in Southern Spain but there's no pina colada's here. Although the portacath was a godsend during my chemotherapy for breast cancer...
So what's been happening to me? These few months cove rthe end of my treatment for breast cancer, returning to work, trekking the Himalayas and surviving chemotherapy!
Another diary entry! This covers the aftermath of radiotherapy, the launch of my Change and Check campaign and lots of targeted therapy treatment.
This is Jan - April 2019 diary of my breast cancer journey. It sees me finish chemo, go through radiotherapy, chop off my hair and go on a bloody good holiday!
With mastectomy, chemo and radiotherapy over will I ever stop thinking that i'll get cancer again? I'm convinced I have colon cancer...
As I watch the current political chaos it reminds me of the inner turmoil I went through when making the decision to have a mastectomy. My BrexTit deal had to be made fast but it didn't stop my head from searching for a vote of confidence.
Despite leading a pretty normal life throughout my 16 rounds of intensive chemotherapy for breast cancer, I was glad to put it behind me.