Monthly Archives: May 2012

Fourth Week Of Treatment

I’m beginning to think I’ll soon be able to at least look up at the parapet, if not over it. Two weeks to go and those two weeks still seem like an awfully long time but there’s no mistaking there’s … Continue reading

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Third Week Of Treatment

I didn’t have chemo on the cancer ward this week. Instead I found myself in the cancer ‘Day Centre’. Now I know a bit about day centres. I had visions of comfy chairs, tea and coffee in nice cups, biscuits … Continue reading

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Second Week Of Treatment

I’ve been reading Philip Gould’s astounding memoir ‘When I Die – Lessons FromThe Death Zone’, which believe me is nowhere near as depressing as it sounds. Towards the end he makes a suggestion that more research needs to be done … Continue reading

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First Week Of Treatment

Having got to the end of week one I think I’m beginning to realise how hard this is going to be. I haven’t done what you might call a proper job for a long time but this definitely feels like … Continue reading

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