Category Archives: cancer

Rio Ferdinand’s Mother, Janice St Fort, Dies Following Cancer Battle

Such sad news, thinking of Rio Ferdinand and his beautiful children, truly heartbreaking, just two years after his wife died. IFHC Advertisements

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The Magnificent Seven! 7 years NED

Good morning! And what a beautiful morning it is, a sunny day to mark my celebration of 7 years NED (No evidence of disease) of Inflammatory Breast Cancer A day of reflection and deep gratitude for all the lovely people … Continue reading

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PITCH TO RICH!!! :) 

Originally posted on xXx Trust yourself trust the Universe xXx:
hi everyone. You will have seen by reading my blog how important Rosa and Phil Hughes are to me and how amazing they have been throughout my journey with Burt.…

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How YOU can help some ladies look good and feel amazing after cancer treatment

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Confidence After Cancer – makeovers for women after treatment Confidence After Cancer was initially started as a support group for women who have been through cancer treatment. My vision is for those women to live…

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How YOU can help some ladies look good and feel amazing after cancer treatment

Confidence After Cancer – makeovers for women after treatment Confidence After Cancer was initially started as a support group for women who have been through cancer treatment. My vision is for those women to live happy, healthy and purposeful lives. … Continue reading

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How to help people with cancer return to work

An article today in Personnel Today made the following points: Cancer survivors are often able to return to work, but are at risk of leaving the work life early. Early departure from work life is due to chronic symptoms, such … Continue reading

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Faces of Inspiration

Just looking at my copy of “Faces of Inspiration” from Bev Vote and American Breast Care. I am in awe of the strength and spirit found in the women and men who shared their stories in this amazing collection of … Continue reading

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