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!
Is a Cancerversary a thing? Today is 12 months since I was told I had invasive breast cancer. It’s been a white knuckle ride of scans, surgery, chemo and radiotherapy. It’s as much about my mind now as it is my body.
With mastectomy, chemo and radiotherapy over will I ever stop thinking that i'll get cancer again? I'm convinced I have colon cancer...
After an intensive three weeks in hospital having Radiotherapy for breast cancer...how easy is it to cut the cord from that daily medical care and attention?
After chemotherapy for breast cancer it was time for the next batch of treatment fun...this time it was radiotherapy...
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.