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The C Word

No not that one. Nor clickbait neither. Cured. Mr A has said my cancer is cured. Now there is a proper C word for you. Of course I still have the little matters of MS and I still have COPD. … Continue reading

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Falling

You might think it would be fairly hard to fall out of a wheelchair, that for it to happen a person would have to be hit by something large or heavy or fast-moving. Or take a corner too fast. Or … Continue reading

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Four Years

That’s four years since my treatment ended. Four years since the last dose of radiotherapy. If I was an alcoholic and not had a drink for that long I would be on my way to having a boxful of medals … Continue reading

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Epiglottis Finis

Another trip to the hospital, and it turns out my epiglottis thing is no longer a thing. Mr A had another good look around my throat, saw there had been no change and decided against doing a biopsy. Good news … Continue reading

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Sufferer

I like the word sufferer. There’s a ring to it, and a kind of epic fall quality which is easy on the ear. It’s a gentle word, but one with a dignified air. I like sufferer But I don’t want … Continue reading

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MS, Epiglottis, George Washington

Relapse or no relapse, there was not much I could do. After the MS nurse said tough it out, wait and see, I did just that. I put up with feeling a bit shitty, like she said. And after five … Continue reading

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Epiglottis and A Great Big Fob

A routine check-up back at Clinic E. Not with Mister A this time but one of his nice assistants. A nice assistant who introduced herself as ‘one of the doctors’, a phrase I’ve heard before both in real life and … Continue reading

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